Presentation Title

Anti-racist Pedagogies and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Strategies in the Higher Education Classroom

Location

Buller Hall 251

Start Date

8-18-2022 2:00 PM

End Date

8-18-2022 3:30 PM

Description

This session will introduce faculty to anti-racist teaching strategies as well as an intersectional approach which recognizes the multiple identities that students bring into our classrooms. It will highlight an active intentional process for equity and inclusion within the classroom that faculty can utilize. The session will be framed through a lens of relationship and community-building practices. Five faculty members will share from their current toolbox and the rest of the session time will be used to crowdsource strategies from the participating audience. Please come prepared to share strategies that have helped ALL students thrive in your classroom.

Biography

Vanessa Corredera, Associate Professor of English

Heather Day, Associate Professor, Visual Art, Communication & Design

Charity Garcia, Assistant Professor of Curriculum and Instruction

Michael Gayle, Assistant Professor of Curriculum and Instruction

Willie Hucks, Associate Professor of Practical and Applied Theology

Nicholas Miller, Professor of Church History

Michael Nixon, Vice President for University Culture & Inclusion

Jerome Skinner, Assistant Professor of OT Exegesis and Theology

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Aug 18th, 2:00 PM Aug 18th, 3:30 PM

Anti-racist Pedagogies and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Strategies in the Higher Education Classroom

Buller Hall 251

This session will introduce faculty to anti-racist teaching strategies as well as an intersectional approach which recognizes the multiple identities that students bring into our classrooms. It will highlight an active intentional process for equity and inclusion within the classroom that faculty can utilize. The session will be framed through a lens of relationship and community-building practices. Five faculty members will share from their current toolbox and the rest of the session time will be used to crowdsource strategies from the participating audience. Please come prepared to share strategies that have helped ALL students thrive in your classroom.