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UTA Webinar 4: Paul Gorski on "Reaching and Teaching Students of Poverty"

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Uta Webinar 4: Paul Gorski On "Reaching And Teaching Students Of Poverty"

This podcast shares advice for new teachers on the topic of "reaching and teaching students of poverty. Our guest speaker is Dr. Paul Gorski of George Mason University.

The link to the recording of the webinar is here:

http://bit.ly/1bauDJt

This podcast is part of a new series from the University of Texas at Arlington's Department of Curriculum and Instruction on a variety of topics that will help new teachers navigate their first years of teaching and beyond! Success tips and resources are shared.

For more information see our YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/utanewteachers

Our blog: blog.uta.edu/utanewteachers/

We are also on Twitter! twitter.com/UTANewTeachers

Resources:

“The Myth of the Culture of Poverty.” Educational Leadership (2008)
http://bit.ly/1bXiWrr

“Building a Pedagogy of Engagement for Students in Poverty.” Phi Delta Kappan (2013)
http://bit.ly/1kffZn9

EdChange: http://www.edchange.org/

Contact: Peggy Semingson peggys@uta.edu

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