Event Date & Time
Note: This session is intended for Graduate Students, and Undergraduate and Graduate TAs only.
Registration for this workshop is full. Please add your name to the waitlist HERE.
In this session we will identify key concepts in anti-racism and solidarity. Through an interrogation of complex identities in teaching practice, we will provide session participants with tools and approaches that they can employ to identify racism and interrupt harmful dynamics in the learning sphere. Teaching strategies in this session include reflection, small group work, and other interactive modalities. The workshop is both a teaching tool and resource for participants to explore their own teaching contexts.
- Colin Dring, PhD Candidate, Centre for Sustainable Food Systems
- Kari Grain, Educational Consultant, CTLT; Sessional Instructor, Faculty of Education
The January 2021 TA Institute runs online from January 11-15. This year, workshops in the TA institute are organized into 6 themes. If you complete 4 workshops in a theme, and do the related pre & post-session online modules, you are eligible for a letter of completion that you can include in your Teaching Portfolio and CV. These letters will include a brief description of any themes that you completed, and how the work you did in those themes supports your development as a teacher.
To be completed – Pre/Post Session Online Module
If you wish to complete this workshop as part of the themes below you must complete all applicable the pre-session online module(s) by January 11 at 9 AM and the post-session online module(s) by January 18 at noon to receive the letter(s) of completion.
- Teaching for Inclusion and Accessibility Wellness
- Professional (Interpersonal) Skills
Click HERE to access the pre and post session modules.