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This workshop (through the Branch Alliance for Educator Diversity) will allow faculty and staff to practice and prepare for real-life scenarios inside and outside the classroom.

This workshop will help faculty and staff be able to address uncomfortable and inappropriate comments at the moment to help cultivate a sense of belonging for all students and employees. 


REGISTRATION REQUIRED. This workshop is for Deans, Department Chairs, and Directors.

Each workshop only has space for 30 participants. Register here.


About the Speakers

Dr. Patricia Alvarez McHatton, Ph.D., is BranchEd's Chief Program Officer. As Senior VP, Dr. Alvarez McHatton oversees all MSI Educator Preparation Program faculty- and leader-facing programming, including capacity building and professional learning initiatives. Previously, Dr. Alvarez McHatton served as the founding dean for the College of Education and P-16 Integration at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, where she led multiple initiatives to enhance educator preparation programs within the college, expand the educator pipeline and cultivate and maintain strong, collaborative partnerships with districts and members. She is the author of and contributor to over fifty reports and publications and has presented at numerous national and international conferences. 


Dr. Elizabeth Lisic, Ph.D., serves as a Continuous Improvement Coach supporting Educator Preparation Programs and their district partners in BranchED's Transformation Center. Previously, Dr. Lisic co-led the Center for Assessment and Improvement of Learning, an educational research lab at Tennessee Tech University focused on assessing and improving outcomes such as critical and creative thinking and real-world problem-solving. She has extensive experience in program improvement, evaluation and assessment, professional development and quantitative research methods. Dr. Lisic has presented at numerous conferences, both nationally and internationally, and contributed to numerous journals and special editions.

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