What does culturally responsive teaching mean in an online environment?

Culturally responsive teaching (CRT) is an instructional approach that seeks to ensure academic success while developing students' sense of culture and social-political awareness. CRT allows students to see themselves in the curriculum and assignments provided by the teacher. In the online and traditional classroom, CRT provides opportunities for students to learn how to value their culture. During this time in America, it is especially important for students to have opportunities to express themselves while using online technology.

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Dr. Tressa Matthews

Clever Math LLC , Co-Founder

Dr.  Jennifer Banks

Dr. Jennifer Banks

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