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Examples of Our Workshops and Consultations

Note: EdChange does not have "canned" workshops or presentations. We create experiences based on an organization's specific needs and goals.

"Moving Toward Equity in Education." Woodbury Masters of Arts in Education Learning Community, Woodbury, Minnesota

"Complexity and Diversity as Tools for Multicultural Learning." Plenary Session, English Language Teaching Conference, Medellín, Colombia

Paul consulting on equity, diversity, multicultural education with a school in Mexico City "Multiculturalism Matters: Equity and Justice in Healthcare." Grand Rounds, Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, North Carolina

"Introduction to an Equity and Social Justice Model of Multicultural Education." Workshop for the Reading Seminar in Social Foundations of Education, University of Virginia

"Multicultural Education and the Transformation of Self and Schools." 2-day Major Workshop, Annual Conference of the National Multicultural Institute, Washington, D.C.

"No Child Left Untested: Multicultural Education in the Age of Standardization." 2-Day Workshop, Annual Conference of the National Multicultural Institute, Washington, D.C.

"Are We Hearing What They're Saying?: Transforming Education through Student/Teacher Dialogues." National Conference on Dialogue and Deliberation, Alexandria, Virginia

"Building an Inclusive Curriculum in the Technology Fields." Inclusive Curriculum Institute, Lexington Community College (KY)

"Progressive Pedagogy for Liberal Learning about Diversity." Diversity & Learning (Association of American Colleges and Universities), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

"Transforming Curriculum through a Multicultural Perspective." Through Their Eyes: Multicultural Summer Institute VI, Dumfries, Virginia

"Institutionalizing Multicultural Education in Your School and School System." (2-day workshop). Fall Conference of the National Multicultural Institute, Bethesda, Maryland

"From Taco Night to Transformation: Repoliticizing Multicultural Education." Thirteenth Annual Conference of the National Association for Multicultural Education, Seattle, Washington

"Socioeconomic Classism and Educational Opportunity." Roseville Area Schools S.E.E.D., Minnesota

"Whiteness and Privilege in Education." Anoka-Hennepin S.E.E.D., Minnesota

"Well Intentioned Racism." 3rd Annual Lecture Series on Racial Reconciliation, Minneapolis, Minnesota

"Socioeconomic Inequities in Schools: A Simulation." Virginia Association for Multicultural Education Annual Conference, Charlottesville, Virginia,

"Moving Beyond the Service-Provider Role: Creating an Academic Community Inclusive of Students with Psychological Disabilities." Continuing Medical Education (for health care providers), Health Center, University of Maryland

"Sexism and Male Privilege." Honors Program, University of Maryland

"Being the Change: (Self-)Critical Paradigm Shifts for Multicultural Education." Twelfth Annual International Conference of the National Association for Multicultural Education, Washington, D.C.

"The Tint of My Lenses: An Autobiographical, Narrative Approach for Self-Examination and Community Growth." 9th Annual International Conference of the National Association for Multicultural Education, San Diego, California

"Diversity and Leadership: Leading Your School toward Equity and Social Justice." Day-long Retreat for Washington, D.C.-area Independent School Students, College Park, Maryland

"Facilitating the Difficult Dialogue: Discussions about Race, Gender, Class, and Sexual Orientation in the K-12 Classroom." Professional Development Workshop, Flint Hill School, Oakton, Virginia

"Facilitating Intergroup Dialogues on Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation." Day-long Preconference Institute, Eleventh Annual International Conference of the National Association for Multicultural Education, Las Vegas, Nevada

"Teaching Multicultural Education: Strategies and Pedagogies for Teacher Preparation." Day-long Preconference Institute, Annual Conference of the National Association for Multicultural Education, Kansas City, Missouri


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