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MSU Tollgate Farm Perspectives: Culturally Responsive Place-based Education Series
Published: 10/20/2021
MSU Tollgate Farm is hosting a virtual professional development panel discussion series for formal and non-formal educators about learning to better incorporate the perspectives of those with whom we work in schools and educational programs.

Moderators and panelists from each community provide a chance for educators to deepen their teaching practice in a safe online space for open conversation and community. SCHECHs are available for teachers.

To learn more or to register click here.

Culturally-Responsive Place-Based Education will begin Nov.  4 from 6:30-8:30 pm, with a session on indigenous perspectives & experiences of maple sugaring especially as they connect to schools and place-based education centers.

Upcoming sessions include:
  • November 4 – Incorporating Indigenous Perspectives & Experiences of Maple Sugaring through Place-based Teaching and Learning
  • December 2 - Incorporating Black Perspectives in Place-Based Teaching and Learning
  • February 3 – Disability and Place-based Education In and Beyond the Classroom
  • March 3 - Engaging with LGTBQ+IA Communities in PBE in Formal and Non-Formal Settings
  • April 7 - A Latinx Lens: Incorporating Latinx Perspectives through Place-Based Educational Programming
  • May 5 -Incorporating Asian Principles, Practices, and People in Community- and Place-Based Learning Series will be virtual.
Preregistration is required. A link will be sent prior to each session. Recorded sessions will be sent to paid registrants.