Presentation Title

Strategies for Faculty on the Ethics of Conflict

Location

BUL251

Start Date

8-17-2017 2:00 PM

End Date

8-17-2017 4:20 PM

Description

The National Survey of Student Engagement has identified the development of skills for effective and civil dialogue to be an area of growth at many institutions. This session will explore strategies for faculty to deploy when building student capacity to engage and respond ethically and gracefully to conflict and critique. Faculty attending this session will leave with tools to support these important skills and dispositions in this era of incivility. The facilitators will use panel discussion, short presentations, group discussion, and role play to involve the participants in the learning process.

Biography

Harvey Burnett is associate professor of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Department Chair.

Vanessa Corredera is associate professor of English.

Duane Covrig is professor of Leadership and Leadership Department Chair.

Monique Pittman is associate professor of English and Director of the Honors Program.

David Sedlacek is professor of Family Ministry and Discipleship and Director of the MA in Youth and Young Adult Ministry.

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Aug 17th, 2:00 PM Aug 17th, 4:20 PM

Strategies for Faculty on the Ethics of Conflict

BUL251

The National Survey of Student Engagement has identified the development of skills for effective and civil dialogue to be an area of growth at many institutions. This session will explore strategies for faculty to deploy when building student capacity to engage and respond ethically and gracefully to conflict and critique. Faculty attending this session will leave with tools to support these important skills and dispositions in this era of incivility. The facilitators will use panel discussion, short presentations, group discussion, and role play to involve the participants in the learning process.