Five Approaches to Anti-Racist Teaching

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Teaching & Learning Complex, Room 1211
Location change - The workshop will be in the Teaching and Learning Complex Room 1211 .

This event is part of 2022 Principles of Community Week at UC Davis.

Participants will engage with the five practical components of Kishimoto’s (2018) anti-racist teaching practices: (1) addressing assumptions to cultivate students’ critical analytical skills; (2) generating awareness of students’ social positions; (3) empowering students to take responsibility for their learning through the decentering of the classroom; (4) empowering students to apply theory to practice; and (5) fostering a sense of community in the classroom through collaborative learning. Interdisciplinary examples of these practices will be shared as participants develop actionable plans for their classrooms. Participants will also discuss how anti-racist pedagogies extend to other spheres of influence.

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