Teaching Institutes

iChange Collaborative - We offer inclusivity consulting and training workshops to businesses, schools, community organizations, and government agencies.

“When students hear others echo ideas and feelings they themselves have been afraid to express, they realize that underneath their apparent differences, there is far more that unites than divides them.”

From “Inquiry into Identity: Teaching Critical Thinking through a Study of Race, Class and Gender,”
Middle School Journal

2020 Gender and Sexuality Institute for Educators

June 15, 16, 17

Atlanta, GA

Join us for iChange Collaborative’s 3-day summer intensive to acquire important skills to promote gender inclusion practices in your classroom and school. For more information, follow the link below or contact Martha at martha@ichangecollaborative.com or call us at (404) 585-8552.

The Transformational Inquiry Model of identity exploration frames a method you can use with students to explore their identities, share their stories and insights with peers, learn more through reading and research, and ultimately take personal and collaborative action to effect social change in their communities.

The benefits of strong student identities earned through the process of social identity exploration are well-documented and include higher self-esteem and confidence, better psychological health, increased engagement in school, academic achievement, and capacity for ethical leadership.

Dynamic Dialogues

iChange Collaborative’s highly engaging method scaffolds self-reflection, social interaction, cognitive-based learning and real world action to:

Address the call for educational justice

Use the Transformational Inquiry Method to engage your students

Understand the relationship between social identity formation and ethical leadership

Foster a strong teacher identity

Learn to facilitate Dynamic Dialogues

 

 

Caldwell and Frame are dynamic and daring teachers who generously share their skills and experience to help us all learn how to guide our young people to a better future.

 
Amanda Lewis
Author of Race in the Schoolyard
 
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