Sparking Change to Promote Equity (häftad)
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Sparking Change to Promote Equity

Implementing Culturally Responsive Leadership Practices in Gifted and Advanced Programs

Häftad,  Engelska, 2024-07-17
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Sparking Change to Promote Equity illuminates the skills and practices that campus and district-level leaders of gifted and advanced programs need to encourage and support minoritized student success in todays classrooms. Designed to empower leaders and stakeholders to build a more equitably represented student population within gifted and advanced programs, Sparking Change chapters offer a discourse on the benefit of incorporating culturally responsive gifted leadership practices open the gateway toward knowing, accepting, and nurturing each student according to their true needs, challenges, and abilities. In the context of the complexities of todays schools and advanced programs, this book provides recommendations and strategies towards developing an equitable leadership stance that is needed in gifted and advanced education. Whether you are new to leadership, experienced, or an aspiring leader seeking to advance equity in gifted and advanced education, this book is a valuable resource for educational leaders to become more eqitable in advanced learning.
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Dr. Javetta Jones Roberson serves as the District Coordinator of Secondary Advanced Academics & Gifted and Talented in McKinney ISD. She also serves as Lecturing Professor in the Teacher Education and Administration department at the University of North Texas. Her research interests include diverse gifted and Advanced Placement populations, equity in giftedness, culturally responsive pedagogy (teaching, leadership, and curriculum), and professional learning of teachers (special education and gifted). Dr. Kristina Henry Collins is the Executive Director for Robinson Center for Young Scholars at University of Washington (UW) in Seattle. At UW, she holds dual affiliate associate professor appointments in the College of Education at the Seattle and Tacoma campus. Dr. Collins also continues to serve as a collaborating research fellow, mentor, and visiting associate professor for LBJ STEM Institute for STEM Education and Research at Texas State University.


1. The Changing Tide: A Call to Action for Equitable Leadership Practices in U.S. Schools and Programs 2. Begin With Equity in Mind: Gifted and Advanced Academics Through a Culturally Responsive Leadership Lens 3. Building From the Ground Up: Laying the Foundation Through Culturally Responsive Professional Learning 4.Beyond the Status Quo: Fostering Culturally Responsive Curricular & Instructional Experiences 5. Representation Matters: Using Data to Guide Decision-Making 6. It Takes a Village: Culturally Responsive Leadership and the Power of Partnerships