Faculty Spotlight: Culturally Responsive Pedagogy: Theory and Practice đź—“

Friday December 1, 12:00-1:00pm (online)

Rebecca Krucoff’s (ADE and GCPE) Fellows project takes on Culturally Responsive Pedagogy by hosting panel discussions and film screenings with stakeholders on Pratt campus and beyond. Join as she discusses deepening faculty knowledge of Culturally Responsive Teaching with a view to creating a CRP-rich curriculum and graduating students skilled in implementing CRP in their K-12 classrooms.

Rebecca Krucoff is a teacher, museum educator, and historic preservationist with three decades of experience working in museums and schools to teach the public at all age levels, create curriculum, and train teaching professionals. She specializes in collaborative planning and teaching models, exemplified by the creation of several co-taught courses for Pratt institute including Beyond and Between Pratt’s Gates, an interdisciplinary course developed by Pratt’s Art & Design Education Department (ADE) and the Graduate Center for Planning and the Environment’s Historic Preservation Program. Rebecca holds a Master of Science in Historic Preservation from Pratt Institute and a Master of Science in Education from Bank Street College of Education in New York City.

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