Transformative Stories: How Students’ Voices Change Selves, Community, and the World presented by Christa Preston Agiro

Christa Preston Agiro10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

This learning track will explore how to invite students’ lived experiences into the classroom and into the world in a way that: promotes deep and nuanced learning in and out of the classroom; enables identification innovative solutions to collectively inherited problems; solidifies authentic connections, sense of belonging; and increases commitments to transformative action. The experiential follow up session is to work on putting theory into practice.
 

Dr. Christa Preston Agiro, Professor, Teacher Education; Wright State University. Dr. Agiro has visited or taught in schools in Africa, Asia, Europe, and Central and South America. She works with schools and organizations in her region to address access to opportunity and educational justice. She has facilitated hundreds of sessions locally, nationally, and internationally on developing equity. She lives in Dayton, Ohio with her spouse, where she stays busy with community activism and their growing sons.

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