Sarita Shukla

University of Washington-Bothell, USA

Sarita Shukla (uses she/her pronouns) is an educational psychologist and serves as a lecturer in the School of Educational Studies, University of Washington-Bothell. Sarita’s research interest are at the intersection of culture, educational technology, and student motivation. She teaches students in the undergraduate program within her school. She teaches courses in the areas of multicultural education, learning, identity, and motivation. Her work emphasizes anti-oppressive pedagogy and she strives to create classroom communities where all identities are welcomed, affirmed, and sustained. She absolutely loves being in education which naturally lends itself to being interdisciplinary. Sarita also loves to read multicultural literature and is currently reading ‘Stamped: Racism, Antiracism and You’ by Jason Reynolds and Ibram Kendi. You can find her online at or via twitter @SaritaYShukla

Develop your teaching with Sarita Shukla
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Two by Three by Bradford
by Sarita Shukla
This is a great warm-up exercise which involves pairs of students creating movements and sounds to replace counting numbers 1-3, encouraging creativity and collaboration.
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Theatre of the Oppressed: Image Theatre
by Maha Bali, Alex Fink, Tina Pippin, Sarita Shukla
To invite students to use their bodies to represent, collaboratively, an image of something that is worth discussing.