Perspectives: Culturally Responsive Place-Based Education Series: Incorporating Black Perspectives in Place-Based Teaching and Learning

December 2, 2021 6:30PM - 8:30PM



MSU Tollgate Farm Perspectives: Culturally Responsive Place-based Education Series 2021-2022

First Thursdays, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. ET


Join other educators for this virtual series to explore ways to responsibly incorporate the perspectives, principles, and people of communities we serve through place-based teaching and learning.

MSU Tollgate Farm is hosting a professional development series for formal and non-formal educators about learning to better incorporate the perspectives of those with whom we work in schools and educational programs. Educators have a chance to deepen their teaching practice in a safe online space for open conversation and community.

Incorporating Black Perspectives in Place-Based Teaching and Learning
How can all educators better incorporate Black perspectives into our own teaching? Through the lens of food sovereignty and local food systems, join us as we welcome Naim Edwards, Director of the MSU-Detroit Partnership for Food, Learning, and Innovation as our moderator and Shakara Tyler, Board President of Detroit Black Community Food Security Network and Dazmonique Carr, founder of Deeply Rooted Produce, as our panelists.

Series will be virtual. Preregistration required. A link will be sent prior to the session. Recorded lectures will be sent to paid registrants. SCHECHs will be available. To receive SCECHs, participants must be on the zoom during the session.

Group discount available for groups of 10 or more who register at the same time. Email to arrange for group discount. Financial aid process is available.


Event Location

28115 Meadowbrook Road Novi, MI 48377

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