Webinar: Fostering S-LCE Faculty Development Spaces to Center Antiracist Pedagogy – Aug 5
Posted by Campus Compact of New York and Pennsylvania on July 14, 2020
Join Campus Compact of New York and Pennsylvania (CCNYPA) for Talk to the Authors: Reconceptualizing Faculty Development in Service-Learning and Community Engagement.
This series of two interactive webinars will feature the four editors of Reconceptualizing Faculty Development in Service-Learning and Community Engagement. The second in the series is fostering S-LCE faculty development spaces to center antiracist pedagogy.
During our time together, participants will have an opportunity to explore their social identities and positionality in relation to antiracist S-LCE work and how to translate that into the spaces they create with faculty; what antiracist pedagogy and abolitionist teaching entail for S-LCE through antiracist frameworks; and the literature on how authentic community engagement practices are core to realizing the antiracist commitments our institutions make. We will conclude by creating space for participants to craft an action plan that applies core tenets of antiracist and abolitionist work to their own (and their institutions) fall S-LCE planning.
Date and Time: August 5, 2020, 1 PM
Register here: https://bpt.me/4637793
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