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Can We Really Talk? Pt 3: Inclusive Teaching and our Asian American and Pacific Islander Students at Temple (Hosted In Person at the CAT)

Twelve percent of Temple’s student body identify as AAPI. This session provides a space for us to learn more about our AAPI students and ways we can create more welcoming and supportive learning environments. Education about AAPI histories and experiences can help us fight the rise in anti-Asian bias, stereotyping, and violence we witnessed throughout the pandemic, and promote a more inclusive university community. We will share resources at Temple along with effective teaching practices that can help us create inclusive classrooms and courses.
 

This workshop is co-sponsored with the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, Advocacy and Leadership (IDEAL).

Facilitators: Linda Hasunuma, Assistant Director, Center for the Advancement of Teaching;  Sean Yom, Associate Professor, Political Science, College of Liberal Arts; Kathleen Uno, Associate Professor, History, College of Liberal Arts; Lee-Ann Chae, Assistant Professor, Philosophy, College of Liberal Arts.

Date:
Wednesday, November 17, 2021
Time:
3:00pm - 4:30pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Location:
TECH 109
Campus:
Main Campus
Categories:
  In-Person Teaching & Pedagogy Workshop  

Registration is required. There are 21 seats available.