Endorsed by Curators:
What if professional development wasn't a waste of your time?
What if professional development didn't end with your staff meetings but led to a classroom of engaged students?
What if professional development didn't leave teachers teetering on the line of political correctness, but your passions?
Langston League is willing to introduce you to a panel of unconventional and experiencededucators that seek to disrupt the education status quo through culturally responsive curriculum, professional development, and student workshops.
Real Talk: Constructing Authentic Culturally Responsive Pedagogy challenges educators to analyze, assess, and remix their approaches to engaging scholars. Langston League's presenters will address the following questions:
Educators will be immersed in a 3-hour session filled with interactive activities and they will discover:
Bringlaptops & a sample lesson.Light refreshments will be served. Attendees will receive digital and hard copies of all workshop materials.
GET YOUR TICKETS WHILE YOU CAN! ONLY 10 EDUCATORS WILL BE ADMITTED TO THIS EVENT! WE WANT AN INTIMATE WORKSHOP.
Fredrick Salyers is an educator, writer, and photographer, based in Brooklyn, New York. Salyers educational experience ranges from K-12 to higher education, specifically working with males of color. Before relocation to New York City, Salyers worked in learningcommunities, leadership programs, and international programs, for Morehouse College.
Salyers is Dean and Curriculum Specialist at a college prep charter school, in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. He is also a diversity and classroom management consultant for Langston League.
Residing in Harlem, New York by way of Benin, West Africa, Justin Lokossous life has revolved around education for years. Justins work with students ranges from the kindergarten to collegiate levels, as an academic advisor for Hunter College, Writing Specialist/Curriculum Designer at Harlem Childrens Zone for middle school students and a fencing instructor in elementary public schools. Joining Langston League as a Curriculum Designer, Justin is looking forward to employing his skills as a writer with his knowledge of the various ways students learn to create cohesive and engaging lessons.