This workshop/panel discussion will focus on how diverse students of differing cultural and racial backgrounds (BIPOC, Caucasian) can learn to engage in difficult and helpful dialogue about race, culture and racism. Discussion will also inform faculty on effective ways to meet the needs of diverse students, deal with microaggressions in the classroom.
- Participants will be able to describe, from differing perspectives, ways to engage in helpful dialogues that incorporate inclusion and respect, and create bridges to understanding.
- Participants will be able to explain ways of integrating their own intersecting identities in ways that inform their cultural development, and their understanding of how this influences the ways in which they navigate the world.
- Participants will be able to identify steps to shaping their unique response to the realities of social injustice in our society.
1.5 CE Hours
LEARNING MODULE: Part 1
LEARNING MODULE: Part 2
Training Evaluation & Certificate of Completion
About this course
- 2 hours of video content