Journal-Keeping in the Classroom: Creative Experiments in Equity-focused Teaching
Session Format: Remote synchronous(Zoom)
Intended Audience: Faculty, Graduate Students, Postdocs, UG Instructional Assistants, Admin/Staff
Facilitator(s): Esther Witte
Session Abstract: Journal-keeping describes a wide range of personal writing, archiving, and expressive practices in which no one reads or has access to what is written except the keeper or writer. Combining rhetorical theory with practical experimentation and reflection, this remote synchronous workshop introduces participants to journal-keeping as a pedagogical practice that both students and instructors can use to deepen our critical engagement with complex questions of power and equity.
GTC eligible? B2-DEI