Inclusive Teaching Roundtable
Hasmik Chakaryan, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Professional Counseling
Colette Cummings, Associate Dean of Students and Director, Multicultural Center & International Student Affairs
Kim Kleinman, Director, Undergraduate Advising
Terri Reilly, Adjunct Professor, College of Arts and Sciences
Nick Tamarkin, Instructor, School of Education
Kelsey Wingo, Sustainability Planner, Facilities Operations
What is our role in shaping inclusive classroom spaces, and what can we do as instructors to foster constructive dialogue and help our students be heard? The Inclusive Teaching Roundtable will provide faculty with an environment where they can freely share questions, successes, and challenges in creating a space where all students can maximize their own learning regardless of background. Participants will also be provided with resources to assist them in creating inclusive classrooms.
Visit the Teaching Festival website to learn more.
Monday, February 12, 2018 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Emerson Library, Library Conference Room (120)
101 Edgar Road, 63119