Learn 2 CARE Overview
The Learn 2 CARE Program provides two complementary paths that enable both teachers and administrators to work toward the common goals of creating and sustaining antiracist learning environments.
Currently, these are available only via our Fall pilot program.
Foundations is a hybrid course that supports educators to apply antiracist principles to curriculum and instruction. It starts with the basics, provides clarity about what antiracist education means – and what it doesn’t – and ends with each participant developing a personal growth plan.
It was amazing to work from a definition of antiracism all the way through creating antiracist lessons. The whole spectrum of learning resulted in a product I could actually use in the classroom.”– High School Instructional Coach and Math Teacher
Kickoff Session: An introduction to Learn 2 CARE Foundations
Participants will gain a firm and shared understanding of antiracist education.
Course 1: Foundations of Antiracist Education Antiracist Principles
Learners will gain context, language, and knowledge to understand the benefits of antiracist education.
Course 2: Widening your lens: Antiracist Choices
Learners will create a curated antiracist library and lesson plan to be used with students.
Course 3: Applying Antiracist Education to Your Practice
Learners will develop a completed action plan for ready implementation as they continue the development of their antiracist skills, behaviors, and practices.
To enroll or learn more about our Learn 2 CARE course catalog contact us.
Leadership is a hybrid course that supports educators to lead implementation of antiracist principles in curriculum and instructions. It provides clarity about what antiracist education me and – and what it doesn’t – and culminates with each learner participating in two simulations that give them a chance to practice key communications skills. At the end, each participant develops a personal implementation plan.
Foundations of Antiracist Education
Educators will have the context, language, and knowledge to understand the benefits of antiracist education, collaborate with peers, and explain the importance of implementing antiracist change.
Widening your Lens: Antiracist Choices
Educators will create a curated antiracist library and lesson plan to be used with students.
Conversations around Curriculum Content
Educators will have taken a critical look at curriculum, and deepened their understanding of the components of leading change in school curriculum.
Responding to Racism in School
Educators will learn strategies for confronting racism, and deepen their commitment to action.
Addressing Racism in School
Educators will practice responding to racism that leads to healing and reconciliation
Looking Back and Looking Forward
Educators will reflect on what theyhave learned through th eprogram and start to develop an implemtation plan to continue their antiracist journey.
Educators who are committed to growing their knowledge, understanding, and skills around antiracist curriculum and instruction should inquire about our pilot program.
The [virtual simulation] experience provided an opportunity for self-reflection and understanding in a most authentic way. It allowed for the real challenge I need to grow both professionally and personally while providing space for meaningful dialogue with colleagues that further enhanced my learning. The CARE experience is nothing short of amazing and I consider it one of the most powerful learning experienced of my educational career.”– Instructional coach, Wisconsin