12 Ways to Make Culturally Responsive Instruction Work in Your Classroom

Larry Ferlazzo with Lisa Stringfellow (L) Rocio P. del Castillo (R) Maurice McDavid (L) and Valentina Gonzalez (R)

Join us as we ask our guests to clarify the meaning of culturally responsive instruction and provide the best strategies for making culturally responsive instruction work in your classroom.

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February 10, 2020
Episode Guests
Lisa Stringfellow has taught middle school English for over 24 years. In her work, she focuses on culturally responsive literacy and issues of equity and social justice in the classroom. She currently teaches 5th and 6th grade English at The Winsor School in Boston, Massachusetts. Dr. Rocio del Castillo began her career as a school psychologist in Peru and has dedicated her professional career to being an advocate for educational equity and social justice. She currently serves as Assistant Superintendent for Special Services in Huntley Community School District 158 and as an adjunct professor. Maurice McDavid is serving as assistant principal at Cortland Elementary School, one of the bilingual schools in the DeKalb, IL school district. As a former middle school Spanish and social studies teacher, he worked with diverse groups of students on diverse curriculum. Valentina Gonzalez is a Professional Development Specialist for ELLs in Katy, Texas and taught multiple grades as well as serving K-5 as an ESL specialty teacher and district program facilitator.
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