Announcing: The 10th Annual Northwest Conference
on Teaching for Social Justice
October 21st, 2017
Chief Sealth International High School
2600 SW Thistle St, Seattle, WA 98126
Keynote Speaker: Brian Jones
Brian Jones is an educator, researcher and activist in New York City.
REGISTER BY OCTOBER 10th to GUARANTEE LUNCH
Previous programs are available in the archive on the home page.
Participants sign-up for workshops on the morning of the event.
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Professional development opportunities will be provided by The Heritage Institute!
*THE FORM WILL BE AVAILABLE AT REGISTRATION & MUST BE COLLECTED ON THE DAY OF THE CONFERENCE
Previous NWTSJ Conference Highlights:
Fixing Systems; Demystifying Ideologies
Watch Kevin Kumashiro’s 2016 keynote address!
Watch David Stovall’s 2015 keynote address here!
We Still Need to Trouble the Water:
Race, Revolution and the Struggle for Quality Education
Watch Curtis Acosta’s 2013 keynote address HERE
The keynote begins at the 5:30 mark!
Click HERE to watch the 2012 Keynote Address: Bob Peterson
“One Teacher’s Journey to Teaching & Organizing for Justice”
Click HERE to watch the 2012 Pannel on:Transforming Teachers Unions
“Transforming Teachers Unions: How Can Unions be a Force for Social Justice?”
Featuring: Adam Sanchez, Gwen Sullivan, Jesse Hagopian, Emily Crum, & Bob Peterson
Samples of Past Years’ Workshops:
- Education & Capitalism: Struggles for Learning and Liberation
- Taking Back the Statistics: Mathematics as a Tool for Inquiry
- Cultural Cues for Working with African Americans
- Facing Cancer: Social Justice Curriculum for the Biology Classroom
- Interrupting Oppression in the Classroom
- Supporting Undocumented American Youth in Uncertain Times
- Gender and Sexuality 101
- Unearthing the Voices Silenced by History
- Towards Social Justice Unionism: Transforming Teacher Unions
- Sharing the Power of Practice: Writing About Teaching for Social Justice for Rethinking Schools