Developing as an Educator for Social Justice
David Shriberg, Ph.D. Associate Professor of School Psychology – Loyola University, Chicago
Friday May 18, 2018
Castleton University – Castleton, Vermont
Breakfast & Lunch included in your registration
Description: Social justice has gained momentum in the field of education and many believe that promoting practices that demonstrate a social justice framework are essential to inequalities in education. Learning how to get comfortable with being uncomfortable is essential to being a leader in the field of social justice. Participants will develop an understanding of current research in the field of social justice within education as well as learn new skills to allow them to be agents of social justice within their educational practice.
David Shriberg, PhD., is a Professor of Education at Loyola University Chicago. He received his doctorate in school/counseling psychology from Northeastern University and prior to entering academia he worked as a school psychologist in metro Boston. Dr. Shriberg has presented widely on topics related to social justice, cultural diversity, and education. He is the Editor of Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation and a co-editor of the book School Psychology and Social Justice: Conceptual Foundations and Tools for Practice.
8:30-9:00 Registration (continental breakfast included)
9:00-12:00 Morning Session (Break mid-morning)
12:00 – 1:00 Lunch (included)
1:00 to 4:00 Afternoon Session (Break mid-afternoon)