Dr. Andrew B. Campbell
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Curriculum,
Teaching and Learning at Ontario Institute for Studies in Education
Dr. Andrew B. Campbell (DR. ABC is an Adjunct Lecturer at OISE, University of Toronto, teaching in the Master of Teaching (MT) program and an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Queens in Professional Master of Education (PME) Program (Online). In addition to being a graduate of the University of Toronto with a PhD. in Educational Leadership, Diversity & Policy, he is also a Certified Ontario Teacher (OCT) with the Toronto District School Board TDSB). He has written courses in diversity, and his research focuses on issues of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, Educational leadership, LGBTQ Issues, and Teacher Performance Evaluation. Dr. Campbell has authored two books: “Teachable Moments with DR. ABC: A Spoonful for the Journey (2015)” and “The Invisible Student in the Jamaican Classroom (2018)” .
This talk challenges participants to move beyond the personal and institutional symbolism of equity. Many of us are satisfied that we have done the “equity thing” – we have performed one of the many acts that applaud us for being inclusive. But are we inclusive? What have we done to create access, advocate for the marginalized, and liberate the oppressed? What have we done to bring about equitable changes in the personal and professional spaces we occupy?
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