- Date & Time
Thursday, December 08, 2016 12:00pm to 2:00pm
This interactive workshop provides an introduction to culturally relevant pedagogy in the university classroom. Participants will collaborate to examine their assumptions about effective teaching for diverse student populations. Though participants will learn culturally relevant teaching strategies to build relationships and engage diverse learners, this workshop will focus on an orientation to a pedagogical stance that honors racial and cultural diversity and positions educators as agents of change.
- This event is open to all UF TA’s in the humanities, arts, & design and UF faculty and staff advisers to potential student applicants.
- RSVP to email@example.com by Wednesday, December 7th.
- For more information, visit: www.humanities.ufl.edu/calendar/20161018-IAWG.html
This inaugural UF Imagining America Working Group Meet-Up is sponsored by the Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere.
The UF Imagining America Working Group is a group of students, community members, staff, and faculty who network to draw on methods and research in the arts, humanities, and design to enhance the democratic purposes of higher education. These informal gatherings are open to anyone at any level of interest or expertise. Come join us for sharing and discussion!
- VenuePugh Hall
- Room #
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