Durham Black Educators’ Network (DBEN) is an organization of educators interested in advocating for students of Caribbean and African decent in Durham.
Inspired by Baruti Kafele, distinguished a teacher, principal, author and speaker who came to Durham in October 2012, the Durham Black Educators’ Network established the Activating Student Success Awards to recognize outstanding leadership of students (grades 7 to 12) of the Black diaspora within Durham region. These 11 awards seek to recognize students in Durham’s… Continue reading DBEN Awards and Scholarships
Current Pedagogy and Curriculum Development • Culturally Responsive Pedagogy • Locally developed curriculum for Black Studies Black History – Textbook and Teachers’ Resource The Black History resources were produced by Emond Montgomery Publishing. Several DBEN members had the opportunity to contribute to the research and writing of the text and teachers’ resource. These pieces are… Continue reading Highlights in Education
Follow these easy steps to register for the In the Know Summit Here’s the link: https://pdplace.ddsb.ca/index.php?show_main To register for the conference you must create a Profile for yourself. Follow the instructions below. Fill in everything with an asterisk (*). Be sure to hit submit. Check your email (including junk mail) for verification. Proceed to register… Continue reading In The Know Conference