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Module 1 - In person
An Anti-Racist Understanding of Deficit Thinking
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- Tower Hamlets Professional Development Centre, E2 6AB
An Anti-Racist Understanding of Deficit Thinking Aim: Identify the symptoms of structural inequity in your classroom and build capacity to champion more equitable practices in your school. Learning objectives -To understand the concept of deficit ideology -To understand the principles anti-racist practice -To recognise the historical correlation between deficit ideology and racism. -To recognize how deficit thinking and racism affect educational outcomes at school, particularly at your own school. -To be able to identify deficit thinking when it happens, and mitigate its impact within your own classroom.
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