Virtual Leading Collaboration for Equity Sessions


CLEE is offering a series of professional learning sessions for educators (classroom educators and leaders and those who support educators and leaders including higher-ed) seeking tools to facilitate virtual collaboration of colleagues with the goal of increasing equity for students. These are highly-interactive synchronous sessions with small breakout discussions, so no recording can be made or shared and full participation is important.


Questioning as a Tool to Interrupt Bias
Thursday, March 7, 2024 4-6pm (Eastern)
In this dynamic, interactive experience you will learn frameworks and techniques to engage yourself and others in examining beliefs and values that drive behavior. We will explore using questioning as a tool to interrupt bias while staying engaged in a process of transformation.

Integrating Equity-Centered Data Routines into Adult Collaboration
Thursday, April 25, 2024 4-6pm (Eastern)
It is a critical equity practice to use data processes that engage multiple stakeholders. In this session, participants will engage in data conversations that open up possibilities and question assumptions rather than reinforce stereotypes. The process will help us understand all that the data may reveal before moving toward a collective understanding and plans to take action to increase equity.

Analyzing Student Work to Drive Improvement in the Instructional Core
Thursday, May 9, 2024 4-6pm (Eastern)
Analyzing student work is a practice that helps educators dig more deeply into what is happening in the instructional core. In this session, participants will engage in structured dialogue around student work in order to refine adult instructional practices to increase equity in the classroom.

These sessions are offered AT NO COST TO YOU, but space is limited. Sign up today to secure your spot. There are no prerequisites, and you are welcome to sign up for as many sessions as you like. 

Contact Michelle Li,, for program information.