Date: Wednesday, May 18th, 2022
Time: 10 AM - 3 PM
In-person location: COB2 392 | Zoom link
This year's showcase theme: "The person who does the work does the unlearning."
As the culminating event of a year-long multi-disciplinary learning community, the purpose of EASE is to explore a variety of topics associated with successfully supporting equity, diversity, and inclusion in the classroom and other learning spaces (e.g., decolonizing pedagogy and effective teaching strategies that facilitate transformative learning for our diverse student population). The series of sessions that make up EASE will demonstrate that any course, regardless of subject/content, can and should employ anti-racist pedagogy. EASE will also elevate both undergraduate and graduate student voices and highlight their experiences of equity, diversity, and inclusion across various learning spaces during the student panels and throughout the day.
See below for the full day's agenda. For any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|10 - 10:30 am||
Welcome and Opening Remarks:
|10:30 - 11 am||
Undergraduate Student Panel
|11 - 11:30 am||
Graduate Student Panel
|11:30 am - 12 pm||Lunch break|
|12:00 - 12:10 pm||Sam Ocena to introduce instructor panels|
|12:10 - 1 pm||
Panel 1 "Into:" Structuring Courses to Promote Anti-Racist Pedagogy
|1 - 1:40 pm||
Panel 2 "Through:" Building Daily Interactions to Promote Anti-Racist Pedagogy
|1:40 - 1:50 pm||Break|
|1:50 - 2:20 pm||
Panel 3 "Beyond:" Designing Anti-Racist Assessments
|2:30 - 3 pm||Closing Reflections: Discussion and Questions|