January 10, 2019, 9:45-2:30
This day-long event will feature dynamic morning presentations by several faculty members from across the university who are doing work at the intersection of teaching and justice. The morning presentations will be followed by an interactive resource/service information session featuring SLU organizations, projects, and groups who include students in a variety of justice work connecting them to the community around us. After lunch, participants will engage in a pedagogical workshop focused on practical ways to incorporate justice into one’s own teaching practice.
10:00- Series of dynamic presentations from SLU faculty on Teaching and Justice
11:30- Resource Fair and Lunch
12:15- Afternoon workshop
2:15- Closing reflection
Jonathan Smith, Diversity and Community Engagement
Jennifer Ohs, Communication
John Ammann, Law School
Karen Myers, School of Education Ability Institute
Jay Hammond, Theological Studies
Vasit Sagan, Earth & Atmospheric Sciences
The afternoon workshop will feature tables themed on different broad topics from the morning (teaching diversity and justice, service learning/community based learning, community health, etc). For the afternoon workshop, please bring a syllabus and any justice related activities from your courses on which you would like to work.
This institute is geared towards all faculty, as well as teaching graduate students.
Registration is required.
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