Facilitating Social Justice by Translating Critical Theories Into School Psychology Practice

Thursday, June 23, 2022 from 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM Eastern

Presenter:

Dr. Sherrie Proctor 

Overview:  

Social justice practices require a lens through which school psychologists conceptualize student concerns. This presentation explores how Intersectionality Theory and Disability Critical Theory can be used to understand how to bring about social justice for marginalized students, especially those with disabilities and those who are racially minoritized. 

Learning Objectives  

  1. Describe critical theory broadly and Intersectionality Theory and Disability Critical Theory more specifically; 
  2. Explain critical theory to guide their social justice informed practices with students, especially those with disabilities and/or racially minoritized; and 
  3. Apply critical theory to experiential learning activities to guide decision-making and planning for PreK-12 students, especially those with disabilities and/or racially minoritized. 

CE Credits Available: 2.0
Pricing with CE: $40 for Members / $70 for Non-Members / $20 for Students
Pricing with no CE: $30 for Members / $60 for Non-Members / $10 for Students 

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