JCCTL Spring Workshop
Event Title: Facilitating Conversations about Difficult Topics in the College ClassroomOrganization: JOHNSON CTR FOR CREATIVE TEACHINGThis interactive workshop will address strategies for creating a supportive, brave, and inclusive classroom environment where students are willing to engage in discussions about diversity. Participants will be equipped with practical tools for helping students develop greater awareness of their personal identities, biases, and privileges. Furthermore, the workshop will explore microaggressions, student resistance, and strategies for responding so that participants can be better equipped to facilitate and navigate difficult dialogues about diversity in the classroom setting.
Space is limited. Registration required.
Tolu Noah, Ed.D. | Associate Professor
Liberal Studies/Undergraduate Education K-8 Program
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Azusa Pacific University
Tolulope (Tolu) Noah, Ed.D. is an associate professor in the Liberal Studies/Undergraduate Education K-8 department at Azusa Pacific University (APU), where she teaches education courses to undergraduate students who are pursing teaching as a vocation. Prior to becoming a professor, Dr. Noah taught in K-8 public and independent school settings for nine years, three of which were through Teach for America. Dr. Noah completed her B.A. in Liberal Studies at APU, an M.A. in Elementary Education at Loyola Marymount University, and an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership at the University of Southern California. Her interests include intercultural competence, teacher preparation, service learning, and effective pedagogy.
Wednesday, May 15 at 8:30am to 4:00pm
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