Date(s) - 10/25/2019
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Instructors often encounter a myriad of challenging issues and circumstances that emerge in our classrooms. These issues may include divergent expectations, inappropriate comments, difficult and controversial topics, and/or a lack of shared identities and background with students. This interactive session will give participants opportunities to reflect, engage and discuss how to create a learning and student-centered environment, set a context that can effectively address challenging classroom dynamics, and better embrace the learning opportunities that emerge from difficult moments.
- Enhance participants’ awareness of the complexities of challenging classroom dynamics.
- Explore teaching practices that foster an inclusive and equitable learning environment.
- Discuss strategies for attending to challenging classroom dynamics and facilitating difficult class discussions.
About the Presenter:
As a thought leader on synergizing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion with Intercultural Development, Amer Ahmed implements effective strategic change in a variety of organizational settings. In pursuit of Inclusive Excellence, his approach leverages diverse identities, experiences and theoretical perspectives to build capacity throughout institutions.
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