Student Perspectives on Trauma-informed, Anti-racist Teaching and Learning in Hybrid and Remote Contexts
THIS FALL, LACOL hosted a series of weekly brown bags led by student partners on Trauma-informed, Anti-racist Teaching and Learning in Hybrid and Remote Contexts. These multi-campus discussions expand on the high-impact Summer 2020 Student-led Dialogues as semi-structured, open conversations with LACOL colleagues in a small group format.
The importance of the topic is high in our current moment, as argued in this opinion piece.
With fall courses in progress now, the student partners will engage in aspects with direct relevance to the hybrid/remote classroom, building on a set of curated and annotated resources, prompts, and activities to facilitate discussions based on interests expressed by discussion participants.
|Brown Bags are one-hour each on Fridays from 12pm to 1pm Eastern Time.|
|Session 1||Sign up: Friday Sep 25||
Registration is closed for 2020. Stay tuned for future offerings.
|Session 2||Sign up: Friday Oct 2|
|Session_3_||Sign up: Friday Oct 9|
|Session 4||Sign up: Friday Oct 16|
|Session 5||Sign up: Friday Oct 23|
|Session_6||Sign up: Friday Oct 30|
|Session 7||Sign up: Friday Nov 6|
|Session 8||Sign up: Friday Nov 13|
|Session 9||Sign up: Friday Nov 20|
|Session 10||Sign up: Friday Dec 4|
Student Discussion Leads:
- Sophia Friedman, Amherst College ’21
- Hurum Tohfa, Bryn Mawr College ‘22
- Claire Tobin, Davidson College ‘21
- Ebony Graham, Haverford College ‘23
- Nandeeta Bala, Vassar College ‘22
The Fall 2020 Brown Bag series is a joint initiative of the Teaching and Learning Institute at Bryn Mawr and Haverford Colleges, the Center for Teaching and Learning at Amherst College, the Engaged Pluralism Initiative at Vassar College, Fostering Inclusivity and Respect in Science Together (FIRST) at Davidson College, and LACOL.