DEIJ Practices Matter.
DEIJ policies are not only critical for creating a safe and inclusive school community, but they also have an impact on teacher recruitment and retention.
of teaching candidates we surveyed reported that DEIJ is one of the most important factors to creating a better culture in their school.
of institutions fall short on representational parity for students.
of teaching candidates we surveyed have a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion leader or representative at their school.
At Teach Away, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice is not just a phrase.
Each word speaks to the unique value and experiences that enrich our community of schools, educators, and students around the world.
Tune into this exclusive webinar series focused on embracing diversity and promoting change through education. Our expert panelists provide actionable insights on creating safe and inclusive learning environments. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to gain valuable knowledge and make a positive impact in your school community.
Together we can create a world where all students, families, and staff members feel welcome, accepted, and celebrated for what makes us unique.
Download the series for unique insights and actionable takeaways.
Discover how to initiate DEIJ practices in your school with the iDEIJ Continuum Milestones.
Learn About Language Equity: Redefining our Language Learning Practices to Empower Multilinguals.
How might international education institutions promote DEIJ and address issues of power and privilege in their recruitment practices?
In this talk, Fandy Diney Rosero, founder of iEducate Global, explores the Ignite-Inquire-Improve learning cycle and how it can be used to address the barriers to diversity and inclusion in international teacher recruitment and retention, including mindsets, myths, and misconceptions. Through the application of iDEIJ Continuum Milestones, she also explains how schools can improve their culture for DEIJ.
In this session with Ceci Gomez-Galvez, participants will connect with the experiences of our students as language learners and explore translanguaging approaches that promote language equity in their multilingual classrooms.
Expert panelists discuss how international education institutions can promote DEIJ and address issues of power and privilege in their recruitment practices.
Panelists: Fandy Diney Rosero, Ceci Gomez-Galvez, Elisabet Raquel Garcia, Kam Chohan, Adrienne Waller
Moderator: Lloyd Ffrench (Teach Away)
About Teach Away
About Teach Away
Making the world smarter, one teacher at a time. Teach Away started up in 2003 and we’ve been on an epic journey ever since. Our core mission is to create a world where every student experiences the power of a great teacher and realizes their full potential because of it.
We often hear from schools that they want to recruit a diverse workforce but may have trouble finding diverse candidates. Connect with qualified teachers who are searching for schools that understand an value diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice.
Teach Away believes strongly in promoting diverse hiring practices and we actively engage with our partners in addressing discriminatory practices. Promoting diverse hiring practices is important to us and we’ve developed a number of different initiatives to ensure inclusion is practiced across our platform/business.