ACT: Creating Effective Learning Environments (Required)
This seminar provides a practical discussion of how to foster a positive classroom climate that promotes student learning. ACT participants will discuss strategies for mitigating belonging uncertainty and stereotype threat in your classrooms through reflecting on your own and your students' social locations as well as considering course content. Francesca Minonne and Kim Humphrey will facilitate this session. Lunch will be provided. Enrollment is limited; please register as soon as possible, but no later than April 8th.
Though this workshop starts at 12, please plan to arrive early so that you have enough time to get your lunch and get settled before the facilitator begins the session. Please note that those who miss more than ten minutes of a session will not receive ACT credit for that workshop.
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