Event Title

The Story Behind CELT's Inclusive Teaching Panel Series

Location

Zoom

Document Type

Panel Discussion

Start Date

28-10-2021 12:45 PM

End Date

28-10-2021 1:15 PM

Description

Carol Hernandez is a senior instructional designer in the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching at Stony Brook University. Her doctoral research applies a critical race lens to the work experiences of educational developers-- specifically Latinas-- in the workplace of higher education. Carol’s presentation will discuss the origin and motivation behind the Inclusive Teaching Panel Series at Stony Brook University, which is starting it's second year. The panel discussions bring together instructors from across the university to discuss concrete ways to disrupt the teaching practice via introducing concepts such as critical race theory, trauma-informed pedagogy, and universal design for learning. The goal is to create a space for instructors to critically assess their epistemologies, so as a community we may surface new ways to think about what constitutes knowledge, who gets to make that decision, and why.

Share

COinS
 
Oct 28th, 12:45 PM Oct 28th, 1:15 PM

The Story Behind CELT's Inclusive Teaching Panel Series

Zoom

Carol Hernandez is a senior instructional designer in the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching at Stony Brook University. Her doctoral research applies a critical race lens to the work experiences of educational developers-- specifically Latinas-- in the workplace of higher education. Carol’s presentation will discuss the origin and motivation behind the Inclusive Teaching Panel Series at Stony Brook University, which is starting it's second year. The panel discussions bring together instructors from across the university to discuss concrete ways to disrupt the teaching practice via introducing concepts such as critical race theory, trauma-informed pedagogy, and universal design for learning. The goal is to create a space for instructors to critically assess their epistemologies, so as a community we may surface new ways to think about what constitutes knowledge, who gets to make that decision, and why.