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 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.
- The Culturally Responsive Teaching Program at CCBC is among programs honored at Achieving the Dream 2015
- Here is a list of the many activities completed this academic year: We successfully convened the 3rd Annual CRT Conference featuring Dr. Pedro Noguera and Dr. Lisa Williams Conducted the 8-day (24 contact hours) Winter 2017 CRT Seminar Two semester-long CETL CRT-L Adjunct Series (4 two-hour modules each) Four two-hour training sessions with Baltimore County Public Schools Middle School Math Teachers Train-the Trainer visits to Cerritos College, ...
- Conference Save the Date (April 18-20, 2018) In addition to the keynote presentation by Dr. Ladson-Billings, the 4th Annual CRT Conference will include a pre-conference institute focused on what CRT-L at CCBC entails and train-the trainer sessions for those interested in starting their own CRT-L initiative at their institutions.
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