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Monday, October 28 • 1:15pm - 2:45pm
SEL: A Tool for Domination or a Practice for Liberation?

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In this workshop we’ll unpack SEL’s emergence from white-dominant culture and explore the ways SEL can better address racial, class, gender, and sexual oppression. Through small-group discussion, role play, and other interactive techniques, we’ll deconstruct the biases inherent in SEL and consider more inclusive and representative SEL practices that move us closer to the goal of educational equity.

Speakers
avatar for Porter Eichenlaub

Porter Eichenlaub

School's Out Washington
Porter is a passionate facilitator for adults and youth and who helps interweave social and emotional learning into the foundations of youth-serving organizations. He has worked supporting youth and adults for the last decade by creating transformational program in schools, out of... Read More →
avatar for Deepa Bhandaru

Deepa Bhandaru

South Seattle College
Deepa Bhandaru is a community-based educator and writer in Seattle. She holds a PhD in political science from the University of Washington, where she studied critical race theory, feminist theory, and democratic theory and taught courses on human rights, freedom, and post-colonial... Read More →


Monday October 28, 2019 1:15pm - 2:45pm PDT
Grand 7

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