The Practice Space

For Co-authoring A Book With Youth On Authentic Student Expression

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    16 Months
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The Practice Space is a nonprofit dedicated to promoting effective and inclusive communication in schools and communities. This grant supports the development of a book for K-12 educators that provides actionable guidance about how to create welcoming spaces where every student can express who they are and discover who they want to become. The book will be co-authored with youth and offer practical guidance to help teachers use and adapt debate-centered instruction and storytelling resources, while using open educational resources and practices to create active, inclusive classrooms that embrace diversity and social and emotional learning. (Substrategy: Content, Tools, and Services)
About the Grantee
1600 Navellier Street, El Cerrito, CA, 94530, United States
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for general operating support  
The Practice Space is a nonprofit organization for youth and adults in the Bay Area that aims to help people speak in a clear, engaging way that represents who they are and what they care about. The organization offers camps, school-based programs, private lessons, and organizational training to develop communication skills. All of their curriculum guides for teachers are available as open educational resources. These programs and resources help people of all ages be authentic, inspire positive change, address social anxieties, and feel connected to others. (Substrategies: Content, Tools, and Services; and Student and Community Voice)

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