Book Study, Culturally Responsive Education In The Classroom

Book Study, Culturally Responsive Education In The Classroom

Mon, August 9 2021 12:00 AM - Tue, August 9 2022 12:00 AM


  • Craig Homnick


Culturally Responsive Education in the Classroom is an outstanding book that shows educators how to connect the concept of equity into the context of pedagogy in K-12 classrooms. This book provides educators with a framework for understanding what equitable learning experiencers look like for children in our schools. The author shares six themes of culturally responsive education and helps teachers incorporate equity into behaviors, environments and meaningful learning opportunities. Closing equity gaps in student achievement is at the core of this book.

This course renews annually and is ongoing

Event Notes

Registration for courses is external through the registration link provided.  Course is taught by Teacher Study. Clock hours are sponsored by ESD 112.  Course fee is $175.  Clock hours are free to clock hour cooperative member districts in SW Washington.  Once you complete the course, you will be instructed how to claim the clock hours.


  1. Purchase and read Culturally Responsive Education in the Classroom, by Adeyemi Stembridge

2) Write complete answers to all of the questions on the Book Study Handout. The handout is provided to you after registration is completed.

3) Write a unit plan that includes the following components:

  • The unit can be taught in your educational setting with your students.
  • The plan must address the five questions that support a planning process that is likely to yield learning experiences that are engaging, rigorous, and culturally responsive. 

    Question One: What do I want students to understand?

    Question Two: What do I want students to feel?

    Question Three: What are the targets for rigor?

    Question Four: What are the indicators of engagement?

    Question Five: What are the opportunities to be responsive?

  • Write detailed answers to the five questions so I know how the questions will be incorporated into the unit.

The paper will be 2-3 pages in length. 


  • Mon, August 9 2021 - Tue, August 9 2022
    12:00 AM - 12:00 AM