Courses

The following faculty: Justin Berg (Sociology), Michelle Sauer (English), and Hamzat Koriko (Academic Affairs) will address how they help students better understand the multiplicity of differing worldviews and their constructions, as well as how they design productive opportunities for student reflection on identity and worldview. This session will focus on courses that fulfill the Diversity of Human Experience special emphasis area in the ES 2020 revisions.

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Thursday, February 28, 2019 03:30pm - 04:30pm

The following faculty: Paul Sum (Political Science), Nikki Berg-Burin (History; Women & Gender Studies) and Todd Sabato (Education, Health & Behavior) will address how they help students better understand the consequences of differing worldviews and the inequities generated by systems of oppression and privilege, as well as how they help students practice metacognition on those topics. This session will focus on courses that fulfill the Analyzing Worldview special emphasis area in the ES 2020 revisions.

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Thursday, March 28, 2019 03:30pm - 04:30pm