Courses & Workshops

TTA 101 Course

Are you interested in learning more about anti-bias anti-racist education, and how to infuse social justice into more aspects of you and the tiny humans in your life? Come learn with us in a setting that prioritizes mindset shifting and reflection over 6 weeks and have a greater understanding of how to use books in early childhood for social justice education and conversations. 

The topics and goal-setting will be heavily tailored to specifically discuss read-alouds, choosing books, early literacy, etc., which we truly believe is a powerful vehicle for change. We will meet as a group on Thursday evenings for collaborative learning for approximately 75 minutes a session.

Courses

Our courses are dedicated spaces to share our lived experiences and research in best practices of social justice education. We do not claim to be experts. We share both from our own lived experiences as well as carefully curated teachings from trusted thought leaders, peers, and friends. Course attendees have an active role in contributing to this teaching and learning space, but the course’s content is generated primarily by the instructor. 

Workshops

Our workshops have a more participatory structure, where we include discussion, peer-to-peer learning, and experiential prompts. Attendees have a more active role in our workshops than in our courses, wherein attendees may be asked to bring past or future lessons and personal experiences to the workshops agenda. 

Past Clients Include:

Schools

Professional Development Organizations

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Libraries

Academic Conferences


Corrie’s presentation on creating a more diverse bookshelf was a transformative learning experience for all of us trying to make our households, classrooms, and communities more embracing of diversity and inclusion.
The practical steps, resources, and wisdom she shared made progress in this ongoing work seem attainable even for those of us just starting out. We loved working with Corrie and hope to again in the future! 
Landere Naisbitt, Blue Hills Heritage Trust

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