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FIX presents: How to be an Antiracist Educator set for February 24

Update | Monday, February 15, 2021

The Office of Academic Affairs (OAA) Instructional Success Committee has announced its February presentation for the Faculty Idea Exchange (FIX) Virtual Lecture Series on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Classroom.

How to be an Antiracist Educator will be held on Wednesday, February 24 from 2-3 p.m.  In this PechaKucha-style presentation, members of the English Department’s Antiracist Pedagogy Group share resources and models for implementing inclusive and actively antiracist pedagogy in courses. Members will present strategies for implementing curriculum reform, developing assignment sequences, identifying and selecting course materials for a variety of disciplines, and accessing materials for further study using the Library’s new LibGuide resource.

Presenters: Lorian Anderson, Dylan Canter, Shawn Casey, Crystal Danley, William Driscoll, Ingrid Emch, Steve Kaczmarek, and Robyn Lyons-Robinson. 

How To Register:

1) Log in to Cornerstone.

2) Hover over "Learning."

3) Select "Events Calendar" and scroll to February 24.

4) Select FIX PRESENTS: How to be an Antiracist Educator.

5) Click "Request."

This monthly series of professional development presentations leads up to the 2021 FIX on Friday, July 9 in WD. Watch Update for more events and information.  


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