Dangerous Liaisons: Exploring the Complex Relationships between Risk Knowledge, Academic Achievement and Teacher Practice

Fri, March 30, 2007 | GEB 4.200C

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

What knowledge should teachers possess about academic achievement in order to provide all students with an effective and equitable schooling experience? This presentation explores this question from the perspective of preparing and practicing teachers, illustrating the complex, productive and problematic bodies of knowledge that inform how academic achievement is understood and acted on in school settings.

Sponsored by: Presented as part of the CWGS New Faculty Colloquium Series.

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