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Upcoming webinar: [Scroll down to see the details]

Attending to Equity Through Curriculum and Instruction

with Angela Di Michele Lalor
ASCD Author & Nationally Recognized Curriculum Expert

January 26th and February 2nd, 2023 - 4:00pm to 5:30pm

Angela Di Michele Lalor is an educational consultant who has facilitated school-wide professional development initiatives for 25 years. A nationally recognized expert in curriculum design, Angela believes that curriculum is an underused tool that can greatly improve student experiences in the classroom. When teacherswork collaboratively to create or revise their curriculum to ensure it is strongly aligned to valued outcomes, they look at teaching and learning in new and different ways. Students benefit when they are invited into the curricular process, making decisions about what they will learn, how, and how they will share their learning with others. Angela is the author of Making Curriculum Matter: How to Build SEL, Equity and Other Valued Priorities into Daily Instruction and Ensuring High Quality Curriculum: How to Design, Revise or Adopt Curriculum Aligned to Student Success. You can learn more about Angela at Home (

Program Description: This webinar will provide participants with specific strategies for addressing important principles of equity through curriculum and daily instructional practices.

Program Outcome: Participants will examine how to use curriculum and instruction to attend to important principles of equity by:

  • examining ways to communicate and hold all students to high-expectations
  • honoring students cultural and experiential backgrounds through diverse and inclusive texts, resources, and learning activities
  • providing students with a voice in what they learn, how they learn it, and how they share their learning with others
  • involving students in their communities to recognize issues facing their communities, what can be done about them and preparing them for future civic engagement
  • building student’s human and social capital
  • recognizing the multiple aspects of student identities
  • providing strategies students can use to become independent, self-regulated learners

Session One: Participants will examine how to use curriculum to design engaging learning experiences that hold all students to high-expectations. They will determine how giving students voice and choice through curriculum-embedded performance assessments provides them with a way to make connections to their lives and experiences, and see themselves in what they are learning in the classroom.

Session Two: Participants will examine different ways to support students in developing positive identities as learners. They will identify strategies that students can use to set goals, monitor and adjust their learning to achieve them, and become independent, self-regulated learners.

Meeting Dates & Times (via Zoom):

Webinar 1: Thurs., Jan. 26, 2023 4:00-5:30 PM ET

Webinar 2: Thurs., Feb. 2, 2023 4:00-5:30 PM ET

Cost: $125/person; $100/person for teams of 2 or more.

Contact with questions or to pay by Purchase Order.

Registration includes:

1. 60-day access to webinar recordings & materials

2. 3 CTLE Hours for professional learning

3. The Zoom link will be sent on Jan. 23, 2023.

4. A 1-year membership to NYSASCD (or a 1-year extension if you are already a member)


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