Mentoring within an Anti-Asian Racism Context (Voices Unheard)

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Participants will explore competencies in the leadership journey for Asian educators, using mentorship as a tool to break down barriers.

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USING MENTORSHIP AS A TOOL TO BREAK DOWN SYSTEMIC BARRIERS FACED BY ASIAN EDUCATORS

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• Leadership competencies need to be in place to facilitate the leadership journey for Asian educators.

• Internalized racism and effects of the model minority myth impact how an Asian educator pursues leadership

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Organizer Asian Canadian Educators Network

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ACENET began meeting informally over the summer of 2012, and has developed into a pan-Asian organization for educators in the Greater Toronto Area and the province of Ontario. Our Vision is to work towards equity in school and society through full and active participation, and our Mission is to serve as the voice for advocacy, pedagogy and leadership. Using the Equity and Inclusive Strategy for Education in Ontario and the Ontario Framework for Leadership as a foundation, we come together as a unified collective to support and advocate for equitable and inclusive education

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