Culturally Responsive Teaching

What is the CRT-L at CCBC?     The Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning Program (CRT-L) is a dynamic partnership for academic equity involving both the Office of Instruction and the Office of Enrollment and Student Services at the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC). Since inception in 2004, the CRT-L Program has led 1500+ faculty and staff and thousands of students to actively address individual and institutional self-awareness, attitudes and beliefs, knowledge of others, and the skills and practices needed to collaborate with new understandings and cultural proficiencies.

Scenes from the Fourth Annual Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning Conference April 18, 19 & 20, 2018
Scenes from the Fourth Annual Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning Conference April 18, 19 & 20, 2018
CCBC Professors Encarni Trueba (biology) and Shawntaye Adams (math)
CCBC Professors Encarni Trueba (biology) and Shawntaye Adams (math)
Dr. Nia Imani Fields, University of Maryland
Dr. Nia Imani Fields, University of Maryland
A Working Session at CRT-L 2018
A Working Session at CRT-L 2018
CCBC Student Panel and Participants
CCBC Student Panel and Participants
Director Tamisha Ponder of CCBC’s Office of Intercultural Engagement
Director Tamisha Ponder of CCBC’s Office of Intercultural Engagement
Dr. Gloria Ladson-Billings at CRT-L Conference 2018, Baltimore
Dr. Gloria Ladson-Billings at CRT-L Conference 2018, Baltimore
Dr. Kimberly Moffitt of UMBC
Dr. Kimberly Moffitt of UMBC

Posts

  • Register for November 8 & 9 Train-the-Trainer Institute
    Building on the success of the Pre-conference Train-the-Trainer Institute in April, the CRT-L Program at CCBC has scheduled a two-day Institute for November  8 and 9, 2018. We will again meet at the Maritime Conference Center near BWI Thurgood Marshal Airport in Linthicum, Maryland. Hotel reservations must be made separately through the Maritime Conference Center  Register  
  • October 30-31, 2018: Maryland Cultural Proficiency Conference (MCPC)
    Morgan State University, Baltimore October 30-31, 2018 The theme of the conference: All Eyes on Me: Sustaining the Equity Vision Online registration is available here   The registration fee for the event is $200, and registration closes on Friday, Oct. 19. An ‘early bird’ discounted rate of $150 is available to those who register before Sunday, Sept. 23. The registration fee for students is $100. ...
  • CRT invites dialogue via Twitter and Facebook
    Follow and like us on Twitter @CRTCC and conference thread #crtcon14, and Facebook.com/CRTcc.
  • CRT-L at CCBC is collaborating with Mellon Foundation & Johns Hopkins University
    The Mellon Foundation has presented our CRT-L program with a unique and exciting opportunity. Doctoral students and post-Docs at Johns Hopkins University received training in our CRT-L modules this spring in preparation for teaching at CCBC and elsewhere. CRT-L trainers will conduct four two-hour workshops at the Homewood Campus of Johns Hopkins. The program will continue each semester for the ...
  • Accomplishments Academic Year 2017-2018
    Here is a list of the many activities completed this academic year: We successfully convened the 4th Annual CRT-L Conference featuring Dr. Gloria Ladson-Billings and Dr. Kimberly R. Moffitt Launched a Train-the Trainer Institute at the CRT-L Conference; 40 educators from all corners of the country participated. Conducted a 5-day (15 contact hours) Winter 2018 CRT-L Seminar Two semester-long CETL CRT-L Adjunct Series (4 two-hour ...
  • CCBC, Winner of Achieving the Dream’s Leah Meyer Austin Award in 2015
    The Culturally Responsive Teaching Program at CCBC is among programs honored at Achieving the Dream 2015