With Britny Rogala (Pharmacy), Sunshine Menezes (CELS), and Matt Hodler (Communication & Media)
Facilitators: Kayon Murray-Johnson and Anna Santucci
Race, Equity, and the Learning Environment is without a doubt an incredibly timely theme in a national moment like this. Join the conversation with a panel of faculty who have explored the book of the same name in the 2019-20 ATL book club (ed. by Tuitt, Haynes, & Stewart), and who will share important takeaways and strategies they have applied to their classrooms on the journey toward understanding inclusive teaching and "anti-racist" practice. As a community on that journey, we hope to grapple with these questions - together:
- What does it really mean to be a critically inclusive educator?
- What are your experiences working on course design and teaching as it concerns making classes more anti-racist; what implications exist for the online environment?
- What benefits, challenges and opportunities remain along the journey?
We look forward to seeing you there!
Please register here; you will receive an invitation with the Zoom link to join one day before the session.
Tuesday, June 30 at 10:00am to 11:00amVirtual Event
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