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Mon. Morning Plenary (11AM-1PM)

Tue. Morning Plenary (11AM-1PM)

Wed. Morning Plenary (11AM-1PM)

Thu. Morning Plenary (11AM-1PM)

Policy Roundtable* (11AM-1PM)

Fri. Live Workshops (2PM-3PM)

Wed. Live Workshops (10AM-11AM)

Thu. Live Workshops (10AM-11AM)

Tue. Live Workshops (10AM-11AM)

Fri. Live Workshops (10AM-11AM)

Tue. After Hours* (5:30PM-6:30PM)

Mon. After Hours* (5:30PM-6:30PM)

Wed. After Hours* (5:30PM-6:30PM)

Thu. After Hours* (5:30PM-6:30PM)

Fri. Live Workshop(3:30PM-5PM)

Thu. Afternoon Plenary(3:30PM-5PM)

Wed. Afternoon Plenary(3:30PM-5PM)

KEYNOTE Plenary(3:30PM-5PM)

Tue. Afternoon Plenary(3:30PM-5PM)

Pool Parties(2PM-3:15PM)

Pool Parties(2PM-3:15PM)

Pool Parties(2PM-3:15PM)

Pool Parties(2PM-3:15PM)

TUE, JULY 13Racial and Cultural Literacy

MON, JULY 12Why Reimagining?

WED, JULY 14Equity Pedagogy

All times are in Eastern Daylight Time (UTC−04:00).

THU, JULY 15Culturally Responsive Leadership

Reimagining Education Summer Institute

FRI, JULY 16Reimagining Policy (Optional)

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Click the boxes below to learn about each individual session!**All recorded content will be available through July 31**

*These events are open to members of the general public.

Asynchronous Workshops(Available until 7/31)

RESI Monday Morning Opening Plenary (7/12 at 11AM-1PM EDT)This opening plenary will begin with a warm welcome from Teachers College’s President Tom Bailey and an Overview of the week from Amy Stuart Wells and Charlyn Henderson, the RESI 2021 Executive and Associate Directors.The focus of this Plenary is to orient RESI participants to the work of addressing issues of race and education at this moment in U.S. history – Why are we Reimagining what education is and could be? How are we healing ourselves and our students to support their academic, social, and emotional development and their mental health?Below is a list of presentations and presenters with tentative titles:“Healing as a Liberation Practice” by Jamila Lyiscott"Build Bridges, Not Walls: Education Toward Anti-Racism and Solidarity" by Akemi Kochiyama“Fugitive Pedagogy: Carter G. Woodson and the Art of Black Teaching” by Ansley Erickson and Jarvis R. GivensEpic Theatre Ensemble Presents: "CREATION OF THE NATION"

RESI Tuesday Morning Plenary (7/13 at 11AM-1PM EDT)This Day Two Morning Plenary is focused on Racial and Cultural Literacy as a form of healing after two years of loss, fear and racial tension. Each segment is designed to support educators in fostering their own understanding of their students’ cultural backgrounds and gifts as a pathway to creating school and classroom communities filled with the love and compassion our students need to thrive academically, socially and emotionally.Below is a list of presentations and presenters:"Feeling Major: a Dialogue about Status, Belonging, and Dreams in the Asian American Experience” by Haeny Yoon, Tran Templeton, and Catherine Cheng Stahl“Racial and Digital Literacies in Action” by Yolanda Sealy-Ruiz, Detra Price Dennis and Selena Carrion“Healing Centered Education for Post-Pandemic Schooling” by Angel Acosta

RESI Wednesday Morning Plenary (7/14 at 11AM-1PM EDT)This Day Three Morning Plenary offers educators with specific, tangible strategies for making the curriculum and pedagogy of schools more culturally relevant and sustaining. The three segments of this session provide examples of distinct, but related projects to reimagine education as we know it. Several related workshops will give participants hands-on materials to take home for the fall.Below is a list of presentations and presenters:"Teaching the Harlem Renaissance: Arts, Activism, and Identity for 21st Century Youth" by Erica Walker, kecia hayes, Jennifer Mock, Katie Harlan-Eller, Judy Burton, Margaret Banks, Ayelet Aldouby, Anne Lattner, Stephanie Boggs, Carina Maye, Mercedes Lysaker, Rachel Mewes, Sarah Gerth van den Berg, Elaine Perlman"Everyday Antiracist Teaching" by Mariana Souto–Manning, Jessica Martell, and Billy Fong"Post-Pandemic Possibilities for Anti-Racist Teaching" by Amy Stuart Wells and Diana Cordova-Cobo

RESI Thursday Morning Plenary (7/15 at 11AM-1PM EDT)Culturally responsive leadership empowers education leaders to use cultural references to support teacher-, school-, district-, leadership in creating conditions to enhance the student learning experience. This plenary provides an opportunity for attendees to consider teacher, school and district-level leadership within the context of a “post pandemic” moment. In conversation, panel members collectively explore: the ongoing disproportionate impact of race inequities; the inherent challenges in fully supporting racially, ethnically, and culturally diverse learners across the PK-12 education system at classroom, school and district level; strategies to counter the negative myths and misinformation that seeks to devalue the learning experience in classrooms; schools and districts serving students and communities from racialized backgrounds. Panelists will also share examples and strategies for success of culturally responsive leadership, evidenced through action-oriented social justice leadership, community engagement, intentional implementation of cultural competency, and addressing unconscious racial bias in schools.Below is a list of presentations and presenters:“Leading the Change We Wish To See: Past RESI Teacher Leaders in Action” by Felicia Moore Mensah, Patricia Hans, and Victoria Smith"Student Centered School Leadership: Strategies for Success” by Phillip A. Smith, Monica Berry, and Carland Washington"The Racial Equity Leadership Network (RELN): Connecting District Leaders in Solidarity" by Kenita Williams, Valerie Bridges, and Keith Simmons, moderated by Phillip A. Smith

POLICY ROUNDTABLEThis summer, as educators come together to heal and reboot, the Reimagining Education Summer Institute (RESI) is leveraging their knowledge base on good teaching and best practices for a racially and ethnically diverse democracy into the policy space in a special virtual session titled “Reimagining Policy: A Roundtable with Policymakers, Students, Educators, and Communities.” At this event, there will be a critical policy dialogue between educators, students, researchers and policymakers who care deeply about issues of race and education. Educators, students and researchers will share their perspectives on the policy barriers they face when trying to enact anti-racist education strategies, while policymakers will discuss the work they are doing to address these policy barriers and support policies that allow for transformative, anti-racist education reform.Below is a list of presentations/segments and presenters:“NOTHING ABOUT US WITHOUT US IS FOR US: EPIC THEATRE FOR POLICY CHANGE” by EPIC Theatre Ensemble“Voices of Educators on Policy Barriers to Moving Toward Anti-racist Education: Researching RESI for the Public Good” by Leana Cabral and Siettah Parks“Roundtable Dialogue” moderated by Charlyn Henderson, featuring Joel-Anthoney Bossous, Selena Carrión, LuzMaria Rojas-Vilson, V. Elaine Gross, District Superintendent Valerie Bridges, District Superintendent Keith Simmons, U.S. Department of Education Deputy Assistant Secretary Jessica Cardichon, New York State Board of Regents Chancellor Lester W. Young Jr., New York State Senator John Liu, and New York State Senator Shelley Mayer“Districts Advancing Racial Equity (DARE) tool” by Desiree Carver-Thomas

RESI Tuesday Morning Workshops (7/13 at 10AM-11AM EDT)Synchronous (Live) workshops Tuesday morning include:"Exploring Racial Identity Development: Cultivating Racial Literacy for Educators and Students" by Ah-Young Song"Racial Literacy: Supporting White Parents in Reimagining Parenting as Antiracist" by Abby C. Emerson"Mindfulness, Movement & Meaning" by Dr. Nicole Elaine Avery"Building Community in Virtual Spaces: Learning from Youth Participatory Action Research and Intergenerational Collaborations" by Karen Zaino, Anthony Wheeler, Melody Castillo, Marissa Desir, Aliyah Martinez, William De Fermin, Toushi Karim, Elkin Mantil"Connecting The 1619 Project to K-8 students to support critical thinking, communication, and the fostering of cultural and racial literacy" by Fareed Mostoufi and Donnalie Wilson of the Pulitzer Center"Uncovering white supremacy in racist incident response work: A framework for higher education practice" by Ashley Robinson

RESI Wednesday Morning Workshops (7/14 at 10AM-11AM EDT)Synchronous (Live) Workshops Wednesday morning include:"Centering Asian Americans' Histories & Lived Experiences In & Out of School Beyond the Trauma of Covid-19" Judy W. Yu, Jeimy Muicela, Sheilah Jefferson-Isaac, and Nooshin Valizadeh"Supporting Teachers as Designers of Liberatory Learning Environments: Evolving Lessons from the Field" by Ellen Meier, Caron Mineo, Karen Kirsch Page, Jacqueline Pilati, Lauren Simon, Yvonne Thevenot, Bianca Licata"Changing the Channel: Exploring strategies that give youth the (remote) control and access to learning" by William H. Green, Jr"The Listening Project: Fostering Curiosity and Community in Middle Schools to Address the Dehumanization of Marginalized Students" by Joseph Derrick Nelson"UDL as a Tool for Greater Access and Equity in Our Classrooms" by Ellen Cantrell and Chanel Hill"The Art and Science of Slowing Down for Teacher Longevity" by Angel Acosta

RESI Thursday Morning Workshops (7/15 at 10AM-11AM EDT)Synchronous (Live) Workshops Thursday morning include:"Engaging in Anti-Racism Work Through Mindfulness and Community Care" by Valeria E. Lopez and Nithyaa Venkataramani"Increasing Equitable Outcomes for Black Girls" by Khristina Hogan and Angelina Williams"Leading in a Dual Pandemic: COVID-19, Policing, + Schools" by Tyeisha and H. Chavis"Promoting Antiracist Education Through a Parent-driven Gifted & Talented Phase Out Proposal" by Allison Roda, Kirsten Cole, and Ivana Espinet"For Harlem with Love: Educating for community and solidarity" by Akemi Kochiyama, Frances Pérez-Rodíguez, and Shaun Lin"Thriving Together: Restaurative and Healing-Centered Approaches to Teacher and Student Engagement" by Maria Tan

RESI Friday Morning Workshops (7/16 at 10AM-11AM EDT)Synchronous (Live) Workshops on Friday morning include:"Revolution Education: Celebrating Black Lives in Curricula" by Rosalind R. Dawson"Fostering Racial Literacy through Children's Literature" by Katie Harlan Eller, Rachel Knight, Noelle Mapes, and Jenice Mateo-Toledo"Enacting Grow Your Own Practice as Policy: The Recruitment, Preparation and Retention of Teachers of Color" by Conra Gist, Jennifer Johnson, and Jackee Pruitt"Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy: Lessons from a Music Classroom" by Sam Noyce"The 1619 Project: Resources and strategies for examining the lasting legacy of slavery in the U.S. with high school and post-secondary students" by Fareed Mostoufi and Donnalie Wilson of the Pulitzer Center"Do Students Resist Equity Pedagogy?: Digging into Student Sense-Making of Teaching" by Jillian Ives

RESI Monday Evening Afterhours (7/12 at 5:30PM-6:30PM EDT)Optional after-hours programming featuring some of the most critical and provocative conversations in education."Building Teacher Movements in the 21st Century"feat. Lorena Germán & Dr. Kim Parker (#DisruptTexts), Yamil Baez of #EduColor, and Qiana Spellman and Ian Levy of #HipHopEd

RESI Tuesday Evening Afterhours (7/13 at 5:30PM-6:30PM EDT)Optional after-hours programming featuring some of the most critical and provocative conversations in education."Racial Literacy for Us"feat. Professors Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz and Detra Price-Dennis

RESI Wednesday Evening Afterhours (7/14 at 5:30PM-6:30PM EDT)Optional after-hours programming featuring some of the most critical and provocative conversations in education."Justice and Love Through Poetry"feat. Mahogany Browne and Professor Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz

RESI Thursday Evening Afterhours (7/15 at 5:30PM-6:30PM EDT)Optional after-hours programming featuring some of the most critical and provocative conversations in education."Collaborating on Assessments Toward Equity"feat. Dr. Michelle Fine, and Assisstant Principal LuzMaria Rojas-Vilson and Dulely Perez of Queens Satellite High School

RESI Monday Afternoon Keynote Plenary (7/12 at 3:30-5PM EDT)This Keynote RESI 2021 session will be a “Keynote Conversation” between the Provost of Teachers College, Columbia University, Stephanie J. Rowley, and award-winning New York Times journalist and MacArthur Genius for “reshaping national conversations about education reform,” Nikole Hannah-Jones. The conversation will focus on the implications Hannah-Jones’ reporting -- particularly the New York Times Magazine’s “The 1619 Project” about the history and lasting legacy of American slavery – for school curriculum and reform.NOTE: This session is closed to media and will not be recorded.

RESI Tuesday Afternoon Plenary (7/13 at 3:30-5PM EDT)This session begins with an emphasis on the importance of teacher well-being as a way to help teachers support their students to create Healing Schools. The second segment is filled with the voices of students and youth and their adult allies who seek to share the power of artistic expression as a form of racial and cultural literacy for their students. Such artistic expression – applied to any subject – will foster healing from the trauma of the past two years and self-esteem and greater engagement in academic subjects, especially for students who have lost the most instructional time amid the pandemic.Below is a list of presentations and presenters:“Healed Teachers Heal Students” by Wenimo Okoya“Intergenerational Inquir(ies): Centering Youth Engaged Research, Arts, and Activism in Antiracist Teaching” by Limarys Caraballo and the Cyphers for Justice

RESI Thursday Afternoon Plenary (7/15 at 3:30-5PM EDT)This session will feature youth leadership on issues of suburban school district segregation and the need for students to lead the change they want to see within and across their separate and unequal school districts on Long Island. These secondary school students push for change on multiple fronts, from changing their school curriculum to organizing clubs with other students to share concerns and advocate for changes. Following these high school students will be a deep discussion of what is in store for high school students when they matriculate into higher education in the U.S. and what “diversity work” on college campuses can and should look like to support an anti-racist agenda.Below is a list of presentations and presenters:“Truth to Power on Segregated Suburban Schools: Long Island Youth Speak by Elaine Gross and ERASE Racism's Long Island Youth Task Force: Dara, Maekyla, Kate, Hamayun, Daniel, Simran, and Joel“Preparing our K-12 Students for What: Racial Justice Activism in the Ivory Tower” moderated by Dianne Delima, Milagros Castillo-Montoya, and Judy Yu

RESI Wednesday Afternoon Plenary (7/14 at 3:30-5PM EDT)This plenary features TC professor Christopher Emdin sharing the key takeaways from his newly published book, Ratchetdemic: Reimagining Academic Success. The book provides educators a revolutionary new educational model that helps students (and teachers) celebrate “ratchet” (negative labels for characteristics of many students from low-income families and students of color) identities rarely accepted in the classroom. Emdin’s presentation is followed by a powerful “talk back” between him and two youth from Big Picture Learning, which is a non-profit organization that works with educators to enact a vision that all students can live lives of their own design, supported by caring mentors, student-directed learning, and equitable opportunities to achieve their greatest potential. This plenary will help educators see the power of providing spaces for students to display their academic brilliance without sacrificing their identities.Below is a list of presentations and presenters:"Ratchetdemic: Reimagining Academic Success" by Christopher Emdin"Big Picture Learning Youth Talkback with Chris Emdin" by Christopher Emdin, Sofia Ervin and Naseem Haamid of Big Picture Learning Youth"What is Big Picture Learning and How Does it Amplify Ratchetdemics?" by Carlos Moreno Sofia Ervin, Naseem Haamid, and Eunice Mitchel

SMALL-GROUP DIALOGUE SESSIONS (POOL PARTIES)The facilitated small-group dialogue session is a space for participants to deepen their learning through group dialogue and individual reflection. Similar to school homeroom, each group comprises diverse participants who meet daily. Through activities facilitated by Teachers College doctoral students, participants explore how insights gained from workshops and plenaries will actively inform their practice in education. Participants will be encouraged to engage in critical conversations in order to challenge assumptions and spark innovation for their work moving forward. By Thursday, participants will emerge with a vision of reimagined education.

SMALL-GROUP DIALOGUE SESSIONS (POOL PARTIES)The facilitated small-group dialogue session is a space for participants to deepen their learning through group dialogue and individual reflection. Similar to school homeroom, each group comprises diverse participants who meet daily. Through activities facilitated by Teachers College doctoral students, participants explore how insights gained from workshops and plenaries will actively inform their practice in education. Participants will be encouraged to engage in critical conversations in order to challenge assumptions and spark innovation for their work moving forward. By Thursday, participants will emerge with a vision of reimagined education.

SMALL-GROUP DIALOGUE SESSIONS (POOL PARTIES)The facilitated small-group dialogue session is a space for participants to deepen their learning through group dialogue and individual reflection. Similar to school homeroom, each group comprises diverse participants who meet daily. Through activities facilitated by Teachers College doctoral students, participants explore how insights gained from workshops and plenaries will actively inform their practice in education. Participants will be encouraged to engage in critical conversations in order to challenge assumptions and spark innovation for their work moving forward. By Thursday, participants will emerge with a vision of reimagined education.

SMALL-GROUP DIALOGUE SESSIONS (POOL PARTIES)The facilitated small-group dialogue session is a space for participants to deepen their learning through group dialogue and individual reflection. Similar to school homeroom, each group comprises diverse participants who meet daily. Through activities facilitated by Teachers College doctoral students, participants explore how insights gained from workshops and plenaries will actively inform their practice in education. Participants will be encouraged to engage in critical conversations in order to challenge assumptions and spark innovation for their work moving forward. By Thursday, participants will emerge with a vision of reimagined education.

RESI Friday Afternoon Workshops (7/16 at 2PM-3PM EDT)Synchronous (Live) Workshops on Friday afternoon include:"Nope, math isn't a competition!: Imagining Anti-Racist math classrooms" by Brittany L. Marshall"Race, Media and Transcultural Education; Reimagining Forced Assimilation Curriculum Models in The Post Trump Era: Student Stories From the Commentary Writing Project Inspired by the 2020/2021 School Year" by Susan L Capote-Lamb"Citizen Artists in the Classroom: What does culture mean to me?" by Jim Wallert and Liana Morales"Fostering Racial Literacy through Children's Literature" by Katie Harlan-Eller, Rachel Knight, Noelle Mapes, and Jenice Mateo-Toledo

RESI Friday Evening Workshops (7/16 at 3:30PM-5PM EDT)Synchronous (Live) Workshops on Friday evening include:"'Tell‘em Why You’re Mad': Talking Back to the World Through Youth Poetry and Action" by Cassandra Fegert and Philip Lee"Asian American in Education: From the Perspective of the Music Classroom" by Seika Van Keuren"Reimagining Education Post COVID-19: The Historically Responsive Literacy Framework" by Mr. Kevin Cataldo"Fostering critical thinking and empathy through media literacy and underreported news stories" by Fareed Mostoufi and Donnalie Wilson of the Pulitzer Center"Are You Ready to Lead the Change You Want to See?" by Felicia Moore Mensah, Victoria Smith, Patricia Hans, and Alexis Riley

RACIAL AND CULTURAL LITERACYOur goal should be to teach ourselves and our children to recognize, respond to and counter inequality related to race and certain cultural orientations.

WHY REIMAGINING?The knowledge of our field enables us to achieve real integration and enhanced learning for all students IF we can reimagine the transformative promise of education.

EQUITY PEDAGOGYWe must embrace teaching strategies that foster racial and cultural literacies to support all students in reaching their highest potential while sustaining a just, humane and democratic society.

CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE LEADERSHIP21st century educational leaders must value the multiple understandings of racially, ethnically and culturally diverse learners, including those not measured on standardized tests.

REIMAGINING POLICYThis summer, as educators come together to heal and reboot, the Reimagining Education Summer Institute (RESI) is leveraging their knowledge base on good teaching and best practices for a racially and ethnically diverse democracy into the policy space in a special virtual session titled “Reimagining Policy: A Roundtable with Policymakers, Students, Educators, and Communities.” At this event, there will be a critical policy dialogue between educators, students, researchers and policymakers who care deeply about issues of race and education. Educators, students and researchers will share their perspectives on the policy barriers they face when trying to enact anti-racist education strategies, while policymakers will discuss the work they are doing to address these policy barriers and support policies that allow for transformative, anti-racist education reform.

Asynchronous workshops available on EventRebels until July 31stAvailable starting Monday, 7/12:"Decriminalizing Youth: Lessons for leaders from research on Long Island" by Kelly Bare and Florence Barbour"Voice and Choice: Valuing the Lived Experiences Through an Art Education Framework" by Kandice Stewart"Empathy in Action: Using Creative Movement to Enhance Anti-Racist Work" by Valeria E. Lopez and Kei A. Phillip"We need to talk: Centering conversations about race with young children" by Tara Kirton"The Body as a Discursive Space: Tools for Centering Anti-Racism in Everyday Conversation" by Elle PhansalkarAvailable starting Tuesday, 7/13:"Mindfulness, Movement & Meaning" by Nicole Elaine Avery"What do children’s books teach about race and gender? Measuring representation in the images and text of a key set of children’s books over the past 100 years" by Alex Eble"Old School Hip Hop: Health Education Study in NYC Schools" by Madeleine C. Hassankhani and Easy A.D"Talking About Race, Power, and Identity in Early Elementary School" by Michelle McCree-Harrison and Blair Welsh"Social Just Us: Designing and Executing a Middle School Out-of-School Time Social Justice Blended Learning Curriculum" by Ronnie Kennedy"Let's Talk About It: Discussing Current Events in Class" by Nicole Grennan and ERASE Racism studentsAvailable starting Wednesday, 7/14:"Your Music Is Essential: Building Equitable Music Programs from the Ground Up" by Mercedes Yvonne Lysaker"Building our Restorative Practices Muscles : Building Community, Relationships and Responsibility" by Melissa Moskowitz and Nichole Rowe"Reimagining education beyond the pandemic through an ethics of care" by Bing Quek"More Than Just a Buzzword: Embedding “Equity-Mindedness” for Concrete Change" by Bianca Licata and James Bridgeforth"Decolonizing the Art History Canon" by Tim Roda"Reimaging Professional Learning: Using the Standards for Professional Learning" by Laura McDuffie"Then & Now: A Photographic Journey Reflecting on Site & Identity" by Ayelet Danielle Aldouby and Anne Lattner"Improving Equity in College Access through Developing a Culturally Relevant College-Going-Culture" by Jillian IvesAvailable starting Thursday, 7/15:"Preparing Pre-Service Math Educators to Teach Emerging Bilinguals through Modeling Engaged Pedagogy" by Tasha Austin"Imagine! Preparing Young Minds for Opportunities in Health Science" by Iris Abigail McDuffie"Grow Your Own Illinois (GYO): Applying Community-Organizing Principles and Culturally Responsive Curriculum to Teacher Practice" by Mayra Bravo-Gonzalez, Ebony Deberry, David Castro, Liza Pappas, David Shields, Jennifer Velazquez, and Ashley Williams"Reimagining Science Identify of Educators and Students in the Science Classroom" by Asia S. Jackson