Led by Ashlie Sandoval
Inclusive, anti-racist, and decolonial pedagogies are not necessarily mutually exclusive frameworks, but their pedagogical approaches and theories can express different understandings of and approaches to addressing power and privilege, creating class community, acknowledging students’ social identities, and fostering student learning. In this seminar, through weekly readings and course discussions on case studies, syllabi statements, and class activities, we’ll explore key theories within and across these pedagogical frameworks, considering how they might support or challenge one another. This seminar is designed for students at all levels who want to explore how to define their own values around and approaches to advancing inclusion, equity, belonging, and justice in the classroom.
This is the first session of a 6-session seminar. Registration required.