Embracing Diversity in the Classroom

with Taren Mangual of Teach 4 the Heart

God has gifted us with beautifully diverse backgrounds, cultures, and ethnicities. Join us to discover how to celebrate diversity in your classroom and make everyone feel welcome. Plus, we'll also answer the common question, "Shouldn't we just be colorblind?"


About Taren Mangual

Taren has a Master's degree in Educational Theater in Colleges and Communities from New York University. She worked there as a Teaching Assistant and completed her practicum in Zanzibar, East Africa where she taught Theater as an immersive English learning practice tool. As a teaching artist Taren performed a Civil Rights play in New York and New Jersey schools with the company Living Voices and served as a visiting director in schools, with George Street Playhouse, working with grades K-12.  

Taren also worked as a Senior Educator with the organization, Girls Leadership, leading parent/girl leadership workshops before joining Teach for America, becoming a certified High School Theater Teacher and later an ELA Teacher. She now teaches ESL on-line and is happy to serve as a member of the Teach 4 the Heart team.

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  • Award Winning Classrooms compliments this workshop session. Realizing how important it is to ensure students who have a generational inheritance of not feeling welcome!
    In our efforts to improve the Nation’s Classrooms, learning about cultural inclusion is crucial.
    Thanks for offering this session
    Very essential to reaching out most vulnerable students.
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