Tuesday, February 24, 2015 12:15pm to 1:30pm
About this Event
UNH 3030, 1 LMU Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90045#diversity, identity, teaching, learning
Moderated by: Adam Fingerhut, PhD, Psychology
Contributions from a LMU Student Panel
Though we, as faculty, interact with students every day and share space with them, we are often unaware of their thoughts and feelings about what they are experiencing in the classroom. Over the years, I have tried to remedy this by engaging students in conversations about how they experience their identities in the classroom. Specifically, we have conversed about the ways in which solo-status (i.e., being the only one of a particular group in the room) and stereotypes affect participation and learning, and about ways in which faculty and peers create safe or unsafe spaces for learning and transformation to occur. Inspired by and building on these conversations, this panel presentation will give students from a variety of groups and backgrounds an opportunity to speak to and with us about their experiences of identity in the classroom. Though the session will begin with students discussing their experiences, the majority of the time will be spent in dialogue.
This event is part of Adam Fingerhut’s Faculty Associate project on Diversity in the Classroom.
Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or x85866.
This program will be video and audio taped and may be podcast. By your willing participation in the program, you expressly and irrevocably consent to be photographed, videotaped and/or audio taped and quoted/cited. The films, tapes, and other digital recordings will become the property of the Center of Teaching Excellence, LMU.
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