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Learning and Teaching While White Audiobook Summary

We need to name whiteness in order to move toward antiracism.

For too long, white educators have relied on people of color to make change to a relentlessly racist school system. Racial equity will not come until white educators recognize their role in supporting racist policies and practices, and take responsibility for dismantling them.

Learning and Teaching While White is an accessible guide to help white educators, leaders, students, and parents develop an explicit, skills-based antiracist practice. Through their own experiences working with school communities, and the strategies and tools they have developed, Jenna Chandler-Ward and Elizabeth Denevi share how white educators can gain greater consciousness of their own white racial identity, analyze the role of whiteness in their school systems, rethink pedagogical approaches and curricular topics, address the role of white parents in the pursuit of racial literacy and equity, and much more. Their book will empower white educators to be part of creating a more equitable educational system for all students.

Learning and Teaching While White Audiobook Narrator

Coleen Marlo is the narrator of Learning and Teaching While White audiobook that was written by Jenna Chandler-Ward

About the Author(s) of Learning and Teaching While White

Jenna Chandler-Ward is the author of Learning and Teaching While White

Jenna Chandler-Ward is an educator, diversity consultant, and cofounder of the popular professional development site Teaching While White. With over two decades of experience, she has been an educator in non-profits, schools, and colleges working with students from kindergarten to adult learners. Jenna was also a founder and co-director of the Multicultural Teaching Institute. She lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Learning and Teaching While White Full Details

Narrator Coleen Marlo
Length 6 hours 56 minutes
Author Jenna Chandler-Ward
Publisher Blackstone Publishing
Release date February 05, 2023
ISBN 9798212021487


According to Blackstone Publishing, the Publisher of Learning and Teaching While White Audiobook, Learning and Teaching While White includes the following subjects: The BISAC Subject Code is Education, Professional Development

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The imprint is Blackstone Publishing. It is supplied by Blackstone Publishing. The ISBN-13 is 9798212021487.

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This book is only available in the United States.

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