Students will explain and critique the impact of implicit and explicit bias and privilege on their choices of curriculum, materials, assessments and pedagogies.
Students will apply knowledge of anti-racist teaching and learning in planning and implementing fair, respectful, non-discriminatory and equitable, inclusive and humanizing learning environments for students with disabilities and their families.
Students will demonstrate skills necessary for investigating and applying anti-racist teaching practices including how to advocate for equity at school, district, and community levels.
Students will demonstrate knowledge of and competence with culturally and linguistically relevant teaching and learning strategies, including educational technologies, to create learning environments and activities that promote high-quality outcomes for students with disabilities.
Students will demonstrate skills necessary for promoting the dismantling of systems of oppression by providing avenues for families and students to develop and understand intersecting social identities, providing tools that will allow them to become powerful self-advocates for equitable opportunities in order to gain independence and full engagement in society for persons with disabilities.
*Retrieved from AMS February 27, 2023. For the most up-to-date information, please contact the program.
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