Institute on Educational Justice
Preparing Educators: Learning to Teach for Social Justice
The Keynote Presenter: Marilyn Cochran-Smith is professor of teacher education for Urban Schools and directs the doctoral program in curriculum and instruction at Boston College’s Lynch School of Education. She is an elected member of the National Academy of Education and a past president of the American Educational Research Association.
Focusing on teacher preparation research, practice and policy, Cochran-Smith has published nine books and more than 175 articles, chapters, and editorials. In addition to her academic work, Dr. Cochran-Smith has been a classroom teacher and reading/language specialist in K-12 settings.
9th Annual Summer Institute on Educational Justice Schedule
Workshops on Social Justice:
Addressing Social Justice Issues in the Classroom
Educational Justice for Students with Disabilities
Immigrant Teachers to the United States
Critical Teaching in Action
Why Race Still Matters in Curriculum & Instruction
Utilizing Funds of Knowledge as a Critical
- Creative, Caring Pedagogy
“Meeting the Diverse Needs of ALL Students in the Era of COMMON CORE”
- Dr. Michael Lin, Superintendent
Corona-Norco Unified School District
- Dr. Robert Taylor, Superintendent
Walnut Unified School District
- Dr. Judy White, Superintendent
Moreno Valley Unified School District
- Diane Perez, Deputy Superintendent
San Jacinto Unified School District
- Jill Jackson, Educator/Managing Director
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday, July 9, 2013
Orton Center, University of Redlands
For questions call 909-748-8792.