Workshop sign ups open on Sched on October 20th at 7pm Pacific. Zoom links will be available through Sched on the day of the conference (10 minutes prior to sessions). Questions? Email info@nwtsj.org. For questions during the conference, post them on our Q&A Padlet.

2022 NWTSJ Conference Program

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Saturday, October 22

9:00am PDT

10:05am PDT

10:30am PDT

Anti-Oppressive Elementary Social Studies: Avoiding Common Problems and Pitfalls OnlineNoreen Naseem Rodríguez • Katy Swalwell Black Girl Magic in School: How to Ensure Safety and Equity for Black Girls in the Classroom OnlineAlexis Mburu • Nia Gossett Does Our Library Reflect Me? Mathematizing Fairness of Children’s Books OnlineAmy Christensen • Jennifer Suh • Julia Maria Aguirre • Holly Tate • Elzena McVicar • Erin Turner • Mary Alice Carlson • Maria Franchino-Minami • Tanna Tingstad • Rachael Turton From the New Deal to a Green New Deal: Stories of Crisis and Possibility OnlineSuzie Kassouf It’s a Big Fat Deal: How Schools Teach Contempt for Fat People and What We Can Do About It OnlineKaty Alexander Jewishness and Ethnic Studies — A Discussion of Intersectional Jewish Identities OnlineTracy Castro-Gill • Jeff Treistman • Gabriella Sanchez-Stern Kūʻē: Standing Against Hawai’ian Land Dispossession OnlineHeather Barcan Patterns of Air — Pathways for Indigenous Inspiration, Literacy, and Creativity OnlineLaura Da' Place-based Environmental Justice in Secondary Science OnlineSarah Ruggiero Kirby • Kelly Ferguson • Katie Jacobson • Sarah Stapleton • Lisa Arkin Strategies for Supporting Undocumented Students and Families OnlineAlejandra Favela Teaching After Tragedy: Strategies from Teacher Educators in the Aftermath of Social Disruption OnlineMicah Walker • Mandy Olsen • Jaclyn Caires-Hurley Understanding the Lived Experiences of Transgender Youth with Disabilities Through Narrative Photography OnlineAngela Ingram We Are Water Protectors: Climate Justice for Elementary Students OnlineRachel Hanes Whose City? Using City Council Police Budgets to Teach Argument and Evidence in the Language Arts Classroom OnlineJulia Kirkpatrick Writing for Joy and Justice OnlineLinda Christensen

12:00pm PDT

1:00pm PDT

An Environmental Justice Tour of the Willamette River: Reimagining Portland’s Fossil Fuel Sacrifice Zone OnlineTim Swinehart • Mamelang Mamela Beyond Educator as Rescuer Identity Onlinejames boutin • Amy Hirayama • Emily Lee Confronting White Nationalism in Schools OnlineRalf Youtz • Tereza Bottman Decolonizing Our Minds: Amplifying Indigenous Cultures to Inspire Responsible Action OnlineMarcelle Valladares • Jazelle Prado-Domingo From Ode to Essay: Writing in Praise of the Places We Love OnlineJaydra Johnson Humans of My Community: Honoring Stories of the Everyday Forgotten Humans OnlineChloé Avila • Elyse Newport Intergenerational Story-Seeding: Using Visual Narratives to Grow Anti-Racist Reflection & Action OnlineZapoura Newton-Calvert Is There a Right Way to Protest? Engaging Students in the Study of Protests OnlineKristen McMurtry Meet the NAACP Youth Council: The Youth Tell the Truth About Racism in Schools OnlineNAACP Youth Council Nothing About Us Without Us: Integrating Principles of Disability Justice into Schools and Beyond OnlineSarah Arvey Tov • Adina Rosenberg Since Time Immemorial (STI) Tribal Sovereignty Curriculum: Creative Ways to Infuse Tribal History into Your Classroom OnlineLaura Lynn Teaching About the Intersections of Biology, Race, and Racism: Strategies and Resources OnlineJeanne Chowning • Hanako Osuga Using Stories and Children’s Books as Tools for Teaching About Social Justice OnlineMaria Romero • Alejandra Domenzain Why Are Schools and Parks Free?: Engaging Young Students in Conversations About Wants, Needs, Rights, and Money OnlineRina Miyamoto-Sundahl Worth Work: A Creative Jolt for Your Equity Practice OnlineDesmond Spann • Jesse Gardner

2:45pm PDT

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