UITE, Rose Park Elementary, and Elizabeth Academy Get REAL! team present at the National Association for Multicultural (NAME) Education's Annual National Conference. Their presentation features the work of multiple stakeholders in PK-3 education.
Stakeholder Commitments to Social Justice: Teaching through a Montessori Curriculum
for Multicultural Education
Mary D. Burbank, Assistant Dean, Director Urban Institute for Teacher Education, University of Utah
Koeun Park, Williamsen Graduate Scholar, University of Utah
Jennifer Spikner, Head of School - Elizabeth Academy Salt Lake City, Utah
Nicole O’Brien, Principal, Rose Park Elementary School, Salt Lake City, Utah
Jessica Kornilakis, Teacher, Rose Park Elementary School, Salt Lake City, Utah
Maria Plancarte, Teacher, Rose Park Elementary School, Salt Lake City, Utah
Maria Sanchez, Rose Park Elementary School, Salt Lake City, Utah
Joel Arvizo-Zavala, Rose Park Elementary School, Salt Lake City, Utah
Responsive Education for All Learners
Get REAL! provides beginning teachers with classroom-based training using curricula and technology-informed simulations and modules with multimedia explorations for all students in Pre-K-6 classrooms.
Sponsored by the Urban Institute for Teacher Education
with support from the
Mary D. Burbank, Assistant Dean and Director of the Urban Institute for Teach Education (UITE) is pleased to announce an award from the Sorenson Legacy Foundation. Funding of nearly one million dollars will continue the collaborative efforts established through a first year of the Get REAL! initiative. In alignment with College goals for research, teaching, and community engagement, Get REAL! – Phase I included the development of a communication platform, preservice teacher education field experiences, and professional development. Read more about this collaboration >>
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