View the schedule of upcoming workshops and webinars, as well as participants' reviews and video-recordings of past workshops:

 

Upcoming and Previous workshops and webinars

 

UPCOMING WRITING WORKSHOP & RETREAT
January 28 - February 1, 2018
Kalani Retreat Center, Hawai'i
"EDUCATION, SOCIAL JUSTICE, AND PUBLIC VOICE"
This 5-day “Writing Workshop & Retreat” is geared for educators, scholars, and advocates who seek to broaden and strengthen their toolkit for publishing on education and social justice in both academic and public venues. Participants will learn writing strategies from award-winning scholar Dr. Kevin Kumashiro, as well as his tips for writing for the media and publishing journal articles and books. Participants will have the option to receive individual mentoring on their writing goals, as well as to join a small-group discussion on short drafts of their writing. When not in sessions, participants will have ample time to sit in picturesque settings to write. Space is limited so register today!

 

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PREVIOUS WEBINAR
"Preparing Awesome Conference Presentations for Movement Building"
30 October 2017
2 November 2017
This one-hour interactive webinar, facilitated by Dr. Kevin Kumashiro, will describe common approaches to presenting at academic conferences that can inhibit goals of anti-oppressive education, and will offer tips and examples for troubling conventional norms and designing presentations within frameworks of social justice and movement building. As the date for the 7th International Conference on Education and Social Justice approaches, this webinar is particularly geared to presenters and participants of that conference, but all are welcome.  This webinar is free, but space is limited and registration is required (instructions for joining the webinar will be emailed to registered participants).
 

PREVIOUS "LEADING FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE" WORKSHOPS
12-15 October 2017 in Albany, CA
21-24 September 2017 in Chicago, IL
20-23 July 2017 in Oakland, CA
"WHY SOCIAL JUSTICE EDUCATOR+SCHOLAR+ACTIVISTS ARE NEEDED IN LEADERSHIP ROLES, AND HOW TO LEAD ANTI-OPPRESSIVELY IN SCHOOLS OF EDUCATION"
What does it mean to lead for social justice, particularly in schools and colleges of education? This 4-day workshop is geared for new leaders and leaders-in-the-making in schools and colleges of education who are starting or seeking institutional positions (dean, associate dean, chair, director), positions in professional associations (president, board member), or informal roles (mentor, organizer), and especially encourages participation by faculty and staff in higher education who are already immersed in social justice work and/or who are members of underrepresented groups. As educator-scholar-activists, we will explore the impact that is possible when viewing leadership as integral to movement building. Participants will learn conceptual frameworks and concrete strategies from accomplished leader Dr. Kevin Kumashiro, who has served as school of education dean, department chair, research center director, grant primary investigator, national association president, community organization board president, and founder of several networks. 
 

PREVIOUS WRITING WORKSHOP
16-19 June 2017 in Oakland, CA
"EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH, SOCIAL JUSTICE, AND PUBLIC VOICE"
This 4-day workshop is geared for educational researchers who seek to broaden and strengthen their toolkit for publishing on education and social justice in both academic and public venues. Participants will learn writing strategies from award-winning scholar Dr. Kevin Kumashiro, as well as his tips for writing for the media and publishing journal articles and books. Participants can join small groups, led by Dr. Kumashiro, to get feedback on their outlines and drafts, and will have ample time between sessions to sit in picturesque settings to write. 
Click here to learn more and to see participants' reviews.
 

PREVIOUS WEBINAR
"Scholars Speaking Collectively and Publicly about Education Policy and Social Justice"
21 April 2017
This one-hour interactive webinar will examine the significance of scholars speaking collectively to policy makers and the public about how research does and does not support various policies and reform initiatives. Examples will be shared from three networks that Dr. Kumashiro co-founded: CReATE (scholars in Chicago), CARE-ED (scholars in California), and EDJE (deans nationwide). Suggestions for forming similar networks elsewhere will be discussed. This webinar is free and is geared to education researchers.


Selected videos of past workshops

 

15 May 2015
University of Oregon TeachOUT: Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy in an Era of Standards and Accountability
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c5G9PjUc4UY

 

18 February 2015
Teaching Tolerance Presents: A Conversation with Kevin Kumashiro
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C2XpBIGvhPw