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Elevate Your ELA and Social Studies Curricula with Diverse Voices

Wednesday, June 8, 2022 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT

Elevate Your ELA and Social Studies Curricula with Diverse Voices

Presented by David Carr, Professional Services Manager, McGraw Hill
Moderated by Julie Morrow, Ed.D., Director of Leadership Advocacy, Achieve3000, A McGraw Hill Company

Sponsored by Achieve3000, A McGraw Hill Company

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Representing a variety of ethnic groups in instructional materials and lesson plans is not always easy. How can schools and educators complement their core ELA and social studies curricula with culturally relevant, standards-aligned instruction to increase student engagement and deepen learning?

David Carr has nearly 30 years of experience as an educator and school leader. Watch to learn more about his experience creating an ethnic studies curriculum for Los Angeles Unified School District. In addition, viewers get a complete overview of specific lesson plans that address how different ethnic groups have motivated social change. Presentation materials include access to free, curated content that viewers can use in their schools and classrooms.

This recorded edWebinar is of interest to K-12 teachers, librarians, school and district leaders, and Title 1 directors.

David CarrAbout the Presenter

David Carr has been an educator for 29 years. He started his career as a Teach For America corps member teaching English language development at Compton High School where he taught for five years. David spent two years teaching ELD and adult ESL at Franklin Middle School for two years and then he became a program director with the LA office of Teach For America. As David returned to school to get his administrative credential and master’s in administration, he became a founding teacher at Animo Venice Charter High School where he taught ethnic studies and reading intervention. He went on to spend three years at the Green Dot home office as Assistant Director of New Teacher Support. In the fall of 2008 David became a teaching and learning coordinator with the Los Angeles Unified School District where he helped coach and train teachers on their new evaluation system. He is currently a professional services manager at Achieve3000/McGraw Hill. Before landing at McGraw Hill, he was the principal of LA’s Promise Charter Middle School #1.

Julie MorrowAbout the Moderator

Dr. Julie Morrow has served as an educator for more than 31 years as a teacher, principal, state transformation coach, and an assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction. She has been recognized at both a state and national level for her extensive work with school transformation, innovation in instructional design, professional learning communities, and successful implementation of multiple digital conversions.

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McGraw Hill | Achieve3000

Achieve3000, a McGraw Hill company, delivers a comprehensive learning platform that significantly accelerates and deepens learning in literacy, math, science, social studies, and ELA. Using personalized and differentiated solutions, Achieve3000 enables educators to help all students achieve accelerated growth. For more than five million students in grades PreK-12, Achieve3000 improves high-stakes test performance and drives college and career readiness.

Achieve3000, A McGraw Hill Company

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Wednesday, June 8, 2022
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT
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