Liz Oman-Wilfrid, clinician.
This workshop will explore real world applications of the four social justice standards developed by “Learning for Justice” and offers teachers ideas for creating equity based lessons. Liz will also touch on how equity and social justice work extends beyond content and classroom.
Elizabeth Oman-Wilfrid has taught general music in Manchester, Ct for seven years. She received dual bachelors in Classical Vocal Performance and Music Education from the University of Hartford’s the Hartt School of Music in 2015 and a Masters in Music Education from Ithaca College in 2020. She currently teaches at Verplanck Elementary School, a Title 1 school, in Manchester, CT. Her professional passions include equity work in music, arts integration and culturally responsive teaching. When not teaching she can be found literally running around central CT, baking tasty treats, and watching baseball with her husband and dog, Babe.
The workshop is being presented via ZOOM attendance. Zoom address & code will be sent the day before the workshop to the email address used when registering.
This is a free virtual workshop, however donations will gratefully be accepted at checkout.
Online registration ends at 6:30 p.m. eastern standard time on the day of the workshop.
Silent No More: Social Justice in the General Music Classroom
February 8, 2022
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Venue: Zoom with KESNE
The Zoom meeting link will be emailed to you the day before the event.