Online Event: Unpacking the “Critical” in Reflection: Key Concepts and Good Practices – Feb 18
Cornell University is committed to public engagement across the institution. From the Einhorn Center for Community Engagement, Richard Kiely and Amy Somchanhmavong work together to ensure student experiences include critical reflection across courses and co-curricular programs. Kiely and Somchanhmavong will share key elements of critical reflection including consideration of power, positionality, equity, and cultural humility. They will then draw on digital storytelling as an example of navigating these elements to support individuals through their reflections.
Date and Time: Friday, February 18, 2022, 12:15–1:30 PM
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