Department of Instructional Intervention and Support Workshop Schedule

Department of Instructional Intervention and Support Instructional Support Initiative Workshop Series 2019-2020

Semester Date and Location Theme Workshops Offered

Fall 2019: Back to School Night (All-Faculty meeting)

August 22, 2019 - CentreTech Campus Spaces Where Students Thrive
  • Counter-narrative: Who are our students?
  • Disrupting Whiteness When Whiteness is Invisible
  • ACUE share: Breaking Down Walls
  • “Damage can no longer be the only way we talk about ourselves”: A Re-evaluation of How we Teach Narratives of Damage, Discrimination, and Oppression in a Diverse Classroom
  • Strategies to Support ESL students in your classroom
  • OER and Free (to students) Textbooks: Being Open to Success
  • Funds of Knowledge
Fall 2019: Early Semester October 17, 2019 - CentreTech Campus Deconstructing Power Dynamics in the Classroom
  • Tier 1: Positionality and Student Learning
  • Tier 2: Language, Impact, and Student Experience
  • Tier 3: Dominant Ideology in the Classroom
Fall 2019: College-Wide In-Service Day November 26, 2019 - CentreTech Campus Spaces Where Students Thrive
  • College-wide Keynote
  • Faculty In-service Workshop
  • Inclusive Pedagogy
  • Student Empowering Practices
Spring 2020: Presemester January 14, 2020 - CentreTech Campus Strength-based Instruction
  • Student-Centered Learning
  • Culturally Responsive and Culturally Relevant Teaching
  • Being a Reflexive Practitioner
Spring 2020: Early Semester February 20, 2020 - Lowry Campus Student Agency
  • Student Empowering Practices
Summer 2020: Presemester

May 20, 2020 - Lowry Campus

May 21, 2020 - CentreTech Campus

You Matter. You Are Valued. You Belong.

 

  • Inclusive Pedagogy
  • Being a Reflexive Practitioner

 

Workshop Categories:

  • Student-Centered Learning workshops focus on supporting and humanizing students’ experiences and valuing their strengths and potential in the classroom.
     
  • Inclusive Pedagogy workshops focus on valuing students’ lived experiences, cultural identities, and voices as foundational, and on helping students create understanding of and challenging the individual, institutional, and societal cultural and political factors that shape our disciplines.
     
  • Culturally Responsive and Culturally Relevant Teaching workshops focus on understanding and valuing students’ whole and intersecting identities and cultures and developing curriculum that represents these identities and challenges and empowers our students.
     
  • Being a Reflexive Practitioner workshops focus on instructor self-reflection and valuing and reflecting upon student feedback and student self-reflection, leading to deconstruction and revision of instructional practices and curriculum.
     
  • Student Empowering Practices workshops focus on creating caring environments focused on student agency and co-construction of knowledge, valuing holistic student growth, and inviting students into the learning process to promote deep learning.

Workshop Levels:

  • Tier 1 workshops offer an entrance into conversations in the workshop categories, providing core instructional practices, theories, and strategies.
     
  • Tier 2 workshops further the conversations in the categories, providing intermediate instructional support specific to equity, pedagogy, instructional theories, and strategies.
     
  • Tier 3 workshops offer in-depth conversations in the categories, providing advanced instructional support specific to equity, inclusive pedagogy, racial equity instruction, and disrupting the status quo in higher education. These workshops require prior experience with Tier 1 and 2 workshops on the topics.

 

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