About Kathy Schultz
Kathy Schultz is dean and professor of Education in the School of Education at Mills College.
Her work as a scholar, educator and activist has centered on the problem of how to prepare and provide on-going support for new teachers in urban public schools. She is particularly interested in how teachers can use listening, including listening to students' silences, as the center of their pedagogical practice. Her recent books are Listening: A Framework for Teaching Across Differences and Rethinking Classroom Participation: Listening to Silent Voices, both published by Teachers College Press.
Each year, the Mandel Center Teacher Forum brings together Boston area educators to explore central ideas in teaching and learning.
Past Teacher Forums:
- 2012 - Seeing Learning, with Steve Seidel
- 2011 - Cultivating an Ethic of Excellence in Schools, with Ron Berger
- 2010 - Collaborative Learning in the Classroom: Awaken the Joy of Interpreting Texts, with Dr. Orit Kent
- 2009 - Accountable Talk: Classroom Conversations that Promote Learning, with Dr. Sarah Michaels
The 2013 Teacher Forum is made possible with the generous support of the Jim Joseph Foundation.
and is co-sponsored by:
2013 Teacher Forum
Silence: A Form of Classroom Participation
Sunday, March 3, 2013
Hassenfeld Conference Center
She will explore:
- What are the meanings of students' silence in classrooms?
- What understandings do teachers have about participation?
- How do we conceptualize a democratic classroom without insisting on student talk?
- How does silence figure into conceptions of classroom practice?
This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required.
Refreshments will be served; dietary laws observed.
Registration is closed.
See Kathy Schultz discuss her book Rethinking Classroom Participation:
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