Online workshop: Teacher training
Colonialism in Textbooks
25 participants max.
Waiting list via firstname.lastname@example.org
How does racism emerge in educational contexts? What does racism have to do with me? This two-part online workshop for teachers with Josephine Apraku offers an introduction to an antiracist approach to the topic of colonialism in textbooks. Together, participants learn to recognize colonial racist patterns in teaching materials from a racism-sensitive perspective and to find critical ways of dealing with them. Based on the concept of structural racism, the workshop aims at (self-)reflexive learning processes. The analysis of a learning unit will open up action-oriented strategies for dealing with racist stereotypes.
The workshop is for teachers throughout the German-speaking world. For the active teaching staff of the state of Berlin, it is an official training course of the Senate Department for Education, Youth and Family.