How Identity in the Classroom Shapes the Learning Experience

When

Feb. 6, 2020, 9am to 10am

Campus Location

Office/Remote Location

GTW 268 & 269

Description

The goal of this workshop is to address how our various identities and lived experiences impact our curriculum, the conversations we facilitate in class, and our interpersonal interactions with students. 

By the end of this workshop, students will have gained an understanding of the following:

  • Identify instances where identities can impact the design and structure of the course
  • Explain how our identities are always intersecting and in conversation with one another
  • Brainstorm opportunities to be an advocate for students in the classroom

Professional Development Academy Program: GCTC, GCMC
Professional Development Academy Pillars: Teaching, Mentorship
Learning Experience: Lecture
Time Commitment: < 2 hours
Lifecycle Stage: Mid, Late Master’s & Mid, Late Doctoral
Panelist(s)/Facilitator(s):

  • Dr. Carlos Flores, Assistant Professor in Residence

Admission Information

This workshop is open to graduate students. Please RSVP 24 hours prior to the workshop. 

Contact Information

Graduate College
Grad Rebel

External Sponsor

Graduate College