Bringing You Expert Advice That You Can Watch From Anywhere
Why go through the hassle of registering for an in-person training? There's time, travel, gas, hotel, etc. involved. We recognize that we are all busy and that attending a workshop is not always feasible. That's why we bring the professional development to you through online learning. Consider it PD that you can watch at home while sipping your latte.
Discover research-based and practical strategies on how to foster an equitable learning environment for ALL students.
Develop an equity-driven mindset to take your leadership, curriculum, and instruction to the next level.
Drive change and empower others to disrupt inequities in schools and classrooms.
We support schools and districts with developing a culture that recognizes the individual needs of students and families.
Dr. Eakins has facilitated engaging and thought-provoking webinars to thousands of educators to help them develop their equity lens.LEARN MORE
Online Course Description
An asynchronous course centered around Anti-racist and Anti-bias examples in school settings. Dr. Eakins provides the learner with a complete understanding of the fundamental premise of creating an Antiracist learning environment. True stories and research in schools will illustrate the need to foster an inclusive learning space for all students.
This is a ten-module online course that targets educators at all levels of their equity journey.LEARN MORE
Online Course Description
Issues of race, culture, and identity are deeply personal and oftentimes emotional. As we engage with students, families, and other stakeholders around the concepts of race and ethnicity, it is important to frame conversations in a way that creates a safe, affirming space for all. Use this course filled with a list of tips as a guide for engaging in brave discussions about race and ethnicity as an educator.LEARN MORE
Online Course Description
Through varying examples of implicit bias in school settings, Dr. Eakins provides a complete understanding of the fundamental premise of implicit bias. True stories and research in schools will illustrate the emotional and behavioral dynamics within implicit bias and how to address them.ENROLL FOR FREE TODAY
Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies
Find the episode topics that you need to further your understanding with this audio course. We've broken down the Leading Equity Podcast episodes into 9 categories.ENROLL FOR FREE TODAY
Teaching Online: A Step-By-Step Course to Launch and Lead an Equitable Online Classroom
In Teaching Online, we will walk you step-by-step through the entire process of launching and facilitating an online course. With straight to the point videos and resources, you'll have your online course up and running in no time so that you can lead an engaging virtual classroom.
Your students are waiting to learn with you.ENROLL FOR FREE TODAY
Equity and Grading During COVID-19
Now that many of us are teaching online, the question is, how do we ensure equity in our grading? Should we assign grades? These are questions that we are all considering as the weeks continue during this pandemic. Many of us received a crash course on teaching online, but the limited to no training that we have taken may cause stress and anxiety for educators and the families we serve.
This mini-course serves as an extension to the Teaching Online Course. We recommend that if you haven't taken the Teaching Online: A Step-By-Step Course to Launch and Lead an Equitable Online Classroom, you start there as this course provides more focus on equity in our grading during COVID-19.ENROLL FOR FREE TODAY
Critical Race Theory has become a huge button topic, and I thought I was doing you all a disservice if I avoided it altogether. So here we are, with this series of lessons. Today we'll be discussing Critical Race Theory: what it is, what it is not, and how this knowledge applies to our professions and within our academic communities.LEARN MORE
Bringin' Hip Hop Into Our Schools Virtual Summit
It seems like every time we turn around, a new dance comes on the scene that captivates our youth to move to the beat. Hip Hop Based Education is a culturally relevant approach to integrating Hip Hop in our curriculum and instruction. But Hip Hop Education is not limited to the classroom. It’s a movement that can change the culture and climate of our schools. Whether you’re completely new to Hip Hop or have been an appreciator of the culture for a long time, there is so much that you can learn. Dr. Sheldon L. Eakins, Founder of the Leading Equity Center, has pulled together some phenomenal speakers to share their research, experience, and tips to help you succeed as an educator. With 10 speakers, you’re sure to find some great tips to help you bring Hip Hop into your school!GRAB YOUR ALL-ACCESS PASS
Leading Equity Virtual Summit 2020
As student demographics continue to change in our classrooms, we can support students from diverse cultural backgrounds with ensuring that ALL students receive the resources they need to be successful. Whether you’re completely new to teaching or have been at it for a long time and want to continue to grow, Dr. Sheldon L. Eakins has pulled together some phenomenal speakers to share their research, experience, and tips to help you succeed as an educator. With 15+ speakers, you’re sure to find some great tips to help you!GRAB YOUR ALL-ACCESS PASS
DEI Leader Mastermind
A five-week Mastermind for DEI leaders. It’s hard to do this work alone. Connecting with others who are also doing equity work is one of the most important ways to grow as a leader. That’s why I’m inviting you to join the Equity Leader Accelerator. A small community of leaders dedicated to their personal and professional growth as voices in leading equity. February 1 - March 1, 2022LEARN MORE