What is GLEAM™?
This episode features a candid conversation between Brandon White and Dr. Alfred Tatum, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at Metropolitan State University of Denver, as they discuss the lack of diversity in today’s teaching population.
Our paper, “Equitable Mathematics Instruction: Enacting Instruction That Is Grade-level, Engaging, Affirming, and Meaningful,” lays out three foundational moves for school systems to take in service of math instruction that is grade-level, engaging, affirming, and meaningful.
We are a team of former classroom teachers, school leaders, curriculum writers, and education experts dedicated to empowering educators to meet the challenges set by higher standards, unfinished instruction, and institutional racism.
UnboundEd offers a variety of virtual and in-person professional learning experiences grounded in our unique approach designed to support all levels within an education system.
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Our professional learning focuses on topics that align with the intersection of content, curriculum, standards, and equity. We offer learning experiences that challenge participants to understand their biases and reach toward anti-racist instructional practices.
Sustained and scaled change is possible through the aligned actions of educators throughout an organization. Our cohort programs build a system’s capacity by training leaders who become change agents for supporting effective, equity-focused instructional practices.
Empower yourself through UnboundEd’s array of online modules, readily available at your fingertips. License this self-paced learning on your organization’s approved Learning Management System (LMS) or access it via our platform.
Our staff is available to speak at your next virtual or in-person event. Our messages focus on the importance of grade-level, engaging, affirming, and meaningful instruction.
The change toward educational equity starts with you.
UnboundEd is dedicated to empowering teachers, instructional coaches, and leaders to meet the challenges set by higher standards, unfinished instruction, and institutional racism by providing resources and equity-based professional development grounded in instruction. Additionally, our learning experiences support state agencies, educational service providers, and post-secondary and teacher prep programs.
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Browse our free professional learning resources of the EngageNY curriculum, guides that focus on the application of the standards in the classroom, and toolkits centered on equitable instruction.