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Sunday, March 27 • 8:00am - 8:45am
Constructing Culturally Authentic Differentiated Access Points using the Content Imperatives

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This presentation provides a framework for reorienting the Content Imperatives to directly address racism and social justice through the construction of culturally authentic experiences. This presentation will demonstrate how the Content Imperatives can be used as the catalyst for honoring students’ funds of knowledge. Participants will leave with a set of questions that they can use to begin to create culturally authentic experiences in their own classrooms.  

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Jessica Manzone

Faculty, University of Southern California
Dr. Manzone currently teaches in the MAT program at the University of Southern California. Jessica is a former classroom teacher whose research interests include non-traditional identification, early childhood, and the expansion of differentiation to include culturally sustaining... Read More →
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Dr. Julia Nyberg

Purdue University Global, Professor, California Association for the Gifted, Executive Director
Dr. Julia Nyberg is a Professor at Purdue University Global in the Department of Education. Dr. Nyberg was a K-6 classroom teacher and professional development expert before entering higher education. Dr. Nyberg’s research focuses on curriculum and instructional design for diverse... Read More →

Sunday March 27, 2022 8:00am - 8:45am PDT
Differentiation: Curriculum