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Recorded Sessions

In addition to providing free day-of livestreams to pre-service and practicing educators and education professionals, we are pleased to make recordings of professional development keynotes and breakout sessions available as an open-access resource to the public.

February 3, 2024 Educators LEAD Day

KEYNOTE

Knowledge Systems & Indigeneity

Dr. Bryan Brayboy

Q&A Session

Dr. Bryan Brayboy, Deanne Moyle Hicks, Lynn Manning-John, & Chrystyna Hernandez

Identity Investigations

Deanne Moyle Hicks

Incorporating Culture and Community into Owyhee Combined Schools

Lynn Manning-John & Chrystyna Hernandez

December 2, 2023 Educators LEAD Day

KEYNOTE

Time for a Hard Re-set: Revisioning Education for Equity

Dr. Gloria Ladson Billings

Q&A Session

Dr. Gloria Ladson Billings, Adjoa Mensah & Belisa Brownlee

Making War and Peace: Instructor Immediacies and Classroom Incivilities

Dr. Belisa Brownlee

Using technology to support social-emotional learning (SEL)

Adjoa Mensah

October 7, 2023 Educators LEAD Day

KEYNOTE

What is Teaching for Social Justice? Being and Becoming Critically  Educators

Dr. Margarita bianco

Q&A Session

Dr. Margarita Bianco, Rachel Stepina & Nicole Hidalgo

Beyond English Learners: Multilingual Education Strategies for Monolingual Settings

Rachel Stepina

Critical Hope in the Classroom

Dr. Nicole Hidalgo

March 25, 2023 Educators LEAD Day

KEYNOTE

Fostering Student Success: Working with Validation, Student Assets, and Sentipensante Pedagogy

Dr. Laura I. Rendón

Q&A Session

Dr. Laura Rendón, Mr. mike Lang & Ms. Lori Smith

Herding Cats

Mr. Mike Lang

How Trauma Affects Students

Ms. Lori Smith

February 4, 2023 Educators LEAD Day

KEYNOTE

When We (Re)Member: The Importance of The Spirit of Our Work in Education

Dr. Cynthia Dillard

Q&A Session

Dr. Cynthia Dillard, Ms. Sylvina Jover, and Mr. Sean Tory

Planning for Emergent Bilinguals Utilizing WIDA Can-Do Descriptors

Ms. Sylvina jover

What is Restorative Justice?

Mr. Sean Tory

November 5, 2022 Educators LEAD Day

KEYNOTE

Reading the World with Black Girls: Journeying to Human Rights via Liberatory Pedagogy

Dr. Elaine Richardson

Q&A Session

Dr. Elaine Richardson, Quinndolyn J. Jegede, Dr. Donald Easton-Brooks, and UNLV Doctoral Students

Discovering Oneself Through an Equity Lens

Dr. Donald Easton-Brooks

“One Thing I Wish My Teacher Knew About Me…”

QUINNDOLYN J. JEGEDE

Academic Performance and Students’ Beliefs About Themselves

UNLV Doctoral Students

October 15, 2022 Educators LEAD Day

KEYNOTE

Why “These Kids are Out of Control”: Co-Constructing Opportunity-Centered Practices

Dr. Rich Milner

Q&A Session

Dr. Rich Milner, Mr. Donya Willis, Ms. Willie Ward Hudson, and UNLV PHD Students

Being More Than the Moment You Are In

Mr. Donya Willis

“Yes! It is Worth It!”

Ms. Willie Ward Hudson

Creating Relationships: Strategies to Build Connections in the Classroom

UNLV Doctoral Students

March 12, 2022 Educators LEAD Day

KEYNOTE

Teaching in an Age of Attack: Critical Race Theory and the Fight for the Historical Record

Dr. David Stovall

Hip Hop Entrepreneurship: An Innovative Program to Support Students of Color

Robert Strawder

Amplifying Black and Brown Voices in Clark County School District Schools

Jordan Hankins
KEYNOTE

Wading through the Culture Wars to Critically Engage Race in the Classroom

Dr. Marvin Lynn

Q&A Session

DRS. David Stovall and Marvin Lynn, Robert Strawder, and Jordan Hankins

February 12, 2022 Educators LEAD Day

KEYNOTE

Fugitive Pedagogy: Reinventing America’s Stories to Liberate Ourselves and Our Students

Dr. Lisa Delpit

Q&A Session

DRS. LISA DELPIT, LINDA JOHNSON MCCLINTON, PRINCIPAL BRIONE MINOR-MITCHELL, AND MRS. MORGAN JACKSON

Reinforcing or Deconstructing the Status Quo through Curriculum Choices

Mrs. Morgan Jackson

Teacherpreneur: Shifting the Practice from Classroom to CEO

Dr. Linda Johnson McClinton

Engaging with Black and Brown Students

Principal Brione Minor-Mitchell

Educators LEAD resources are made possible thanks to generous funding from the Nevada Institute on Educator Preparation (NITEP), the Nevada Educator Preparation Institute & Collective (NV-EPIC), and the Nevada Institute on Educator Preparation, Retention, & Research (NIEPRR).