Want to reach all your students? Want to be culturally inclusive, but not certain how? Come try out a few strategies with us. Each Inclusive Instruction for Diversity Mini-Workshop will target different inclusion goals and strategies. Practice with us at all or any of the Inclusive Instruction for Diversity Mini-Workshops. Sponsored by the Division for Diversity and Inclusion and the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning.
35 participant maximum per session.
Mini-Diversity Session 1
Critical perspectives: Exploring the educator’s identity
As an educator, have you ever considered how ‘identity’ is interwoven into your work? This session will encourage reflection on how your presence dictates your approach and receptivity with students. Opportunities for immediate application(s) will be discussed in an interactive forum.
September 7 3:30-5:00 LIBR 204
September 8 11:30-1:00 LIBR 204
Mini-Diversity Session 2
Critical perspectives: Micro-aggressions in academia
Have you ever witnessed or experienced a micro-aggression on campus? This session will examine varying levels of micro-aggressions as it corresponds with intent/impact. Opportunities for immediate application(s) will be discussed in an interactive forum.
October 19 3:30-5:00 LIBR 204
October 20 11:30-1:00 LIBR 204
Mini-Diversity Session 3
Critical perspectives: Assumptions on campus
Consider the impact of assumptions on perceptions and subsequent interactions with others. This session will allow you to converse in meaningful dialogues regarding miseducation and socialization. Opportunities for immediate application(s) will be discussed in an interactive forum.
November 9 3:30-5:00 LIBR 204
November 10 11:30-1:00 LIBR 204
Mini-Diversity Session 4
Critical perspectives: The university and social justice
Building on previous workshop discussions, contemplate your call to action for implementing socially just practices at the university. This session will prompt critical conversations regarding steps for progress. Opportunities for immediate application(s) will be discussed in an interactive forum.
December 7 3:30-5:00 LIBR 204
December 8 11:30-1:00 LIBR 204