Event Title

Let's Talk about Race: How Implications of Anti-Racist and Inclusive Pedagogy can Improve the Race Discussions at PWI's

Faculty Advisor

Dr. Michael Thomas

Start Date

23-4-2019 2:20 PM

End Date

23-4-2019 2:40 PM

Description

Inclusive pedagogy is a method of teaching that aims to make learning an inclusive experience despite the quantity or quality of learning students have received. Anti-racist pedagogy, is a method working to acknowledge the theories, practices of racism, and power relations that have been woven into the fabric of our history and academic settings. Training for diversity and inclusion has become an important topic of interest since the influx of people of color attending predominantly white institutions (colleges and universities), yet there is still a disconnection between the way professors choose to teach their classes and the racial divide evident across students and professors. This paper acknowledges those disconnections and explores ways to improve race discussions by addressing that inclusive pedagogy is effective, but incomplete without the incorporation of anti-racist pedagogy to produce healthy learning environments.

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Apr 23rd, 2:20 PM Apr 23rd, 2:40 PM

Let's Talk about Race: How Implications of Anti-Racist and Inclusive Pedagogy can Improve the Race Discussions at PWI's

Inclusive pedagogy is a method of teaching that aims to make learning an inclusive experience despite the quantity or quality of learning students have received. Anti-racist pedagogy, is a method working to acknowledge the theories, practices of racism, and power relations that have been woven into the fabric of our history and academic settings. Training for diversity and inclusion has become an important topic of interest since the influx of people of color attending predominantly white institutions (colleges and universities), yet there is still a disconnection between the way professors choose to teach their classes and the racial divide evident across students and professors. This paper acknowledges those disconnections and explores ways to improve race discussions by addressing that inclusive pedagogy is effective, but incomplete without the incorporation of anti-racist pedagogy to produce healthy learning environments.