In this exciting, stimulating, and intensive one-day workshop at the University of Georgia, teachers, administrators, counselors, and teacher educators will:
Stephanie Jones is a professor of Educational Theory and Practice at the University of Georgia who is an award-winning researcher, teacher educator, and former public school teacher. Her research focuses on social class and poverty with an emphasis on creating justiceoriented and classsensitive curriculum, teaching, classrooms, and schools. She is codirector of the Red Clay Writing Project, a site of the National Writing Project, and is author or co-author of more than 50 publications including books, articles, book chapters, and newspaper editorials. Her most recent co-authored book is Writing and Teaching to Change the World: Connecting With Our Most Vulnerable Students, which she wrote with practicing K-12 teachers in Georgia.
Sharlonne Smith is a veteran classroom teacher who has experiences in urban and rural contexts and has taught all content areas in the middle grades. She has worked with elementary, middle grades, and high school educators and is particularly passionate about issues of social class, poverty, race, teacher education, and urban education. Smith earned her Ph.D. in middle grades education from the College of Education at the University of Georgia.
Registration and cancellation deadline: Sept. 12, 2018
Cancellation and refund policy: All cancellations must be submitted via email before the cancellation deadline in order to receive a full refund. Cancellations after the cancellation deadline are non-refundable. If cancellation is not made by the deadline, and you are not able to attend, you or your organization is still liable for payment.