**SESSION FULL** Principles and Practices of Anti-Racist Pedagogy

This interactive synchronous session will introduce anti-racist pedagogy as an effective framework for instructors teaching about race and racial inequity in their course and those looking to navigate the dynamics of race and inequity as they play out in their teaching and learning spaces. Participants in this workshop will be introduced to the history, goals, and fundamental principles of anti-racist pedagogy. Participants will also have the opportunity to learn about and briefly reflect on best practices for employing an anti-racist pedagogy in their course design and classroom practice. The workshop is designed and facilitated by Dr. Whitney Peoples of the U-M Center for Research on Learning & Teaching.

Event Information
Location (Room):
Other - See planning notes
Whitney Peoples
Graduate Students
U-M Graduate Teacher Certificate:
Requirement B2, Diversity and Inclusive Teaching
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