It's back! The next iteration of Unlearning Ableism will be on May 18th at 3:30PT/6:30ET.
This session is designed to support participants' understanding of what ableism is, how it shows up in our lives, and how to challenge ableism in our practices. We will explore such topics as TL Lewis' working definition of ableism and consider several models of disability. It is possible that participants may experience discomfort during or after the presentation as we learn how we have perpetuated ableism ourselves. Discomfort is a normal experience as part of growth and the (un)learning process.
-Principles of disability justice
-TL Lewis’ definition of ableism
-Medical, social, and holistic models of disability
-How ableism shows up in personal and professional lives, particularly in classrooms and schools
-Examples of challenging ableism in tangible ways for change
Click here to register: https://bit.ly/uamay2023
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FREE, INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP
May 18, 2023
3:30PM PT/6:30PM ET
Unlearning Ableism for Educators
The workshop is scheduled for 2 hours with a brief break included and will be recorded. A copy of the recording and slides will be sent out to all registered individuals.
No CEUs are available at this time and a certificate of completion is available upon request.