Intergroup Dialogue Basics: Evidence-Based, Anti-Racist Strategies for the Classroom
Presenter: Tarah Trueblood, Global Initiatives, Collin Baer, Office of Equity and Equal Opportunity, Tristen Hall, doctoral student, Educational Leadership, Carol Olausen, American Culture & English.
Regardless of class size and academic discipline, diversity in the classroom is both an opportunity and a challenge. Faculty and students often experience tension related to the different perspectives and lived experiences represented. In this workshop you will learn three strategies to leverage this tension to enhance teaching and learning. These strategies draw on 30+ years of intergroup dialogue (IGD) research conducted by the University of Michigan and several years of experience with IGD at Miami. (Note: Repeat of Spring 2020 workshop)
Friday, September 17 at 10:00am to 11:30amVirtual Event