Welcome to my website!
Check out some of my recent work at De Anza:
- Jewish Inclusion and Anti-Semitism Community Education Summit (centering Jewish inclusion at a time when Anti-Semitism is on the rise)
- Unlocking the Equity Sections of the Program Review (Student Learning Outcomes 2022 Convocation presentation)
- I.D.E.A. Define and Apply Workshops (developing working definitions of Identity and Inclusion, Diversity, Equality and Equity, Access and Acceptance)
- Winter 2022 Poem: Please Don't Talk in My Face presented at the BFSA Open Mic Poetry Night February 25, 2022
- Fall 2021 Report to the De Anza Academic Senate: My First Quarter as Faculty Director
Dr. Tabia Lee (known simply as "Lee") has contributed to the design, implementation, and evaluation of numerous educational and professional development programs. Her commitment to teacher education, social justice and pedagogical design is grounded in experience as a National Board Certified English, Civics, and Social Studies teacher in urban American public middle schools and in her consultancy work with higher education faculties and learning communities around technology integration, pedagogical transformation, diversity, equity, and inclusion. Lee prepares K-12 and higher education faculty, staff, and administrators to support the learning goals of culturally and linguistically diverse students by illuminating pedagogical and ideological intersectionality and focusing on critical literacy and teacher ideology-in-practice. Specifically, Lee seeks to advance I.D.E.A. (i.e., Identity and Inclusion, Diversity, Equality and Equity, Access and Acceptance).
Check out a video I created for my graduate students to demonstrate ways to incorporate digital storytelling into their work using completely free and open source resources.