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Controversy in the Classroom: Opportunity or Castatrophe

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Tuesday, Feb 27, 2018
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM MST
Library 154 (Logan Campus) and broadcast statewideMap Location

Faculty Panel, featuring:

     Roslynn Brain, Associate Professor, ENVS/Moab 
     Chris Gonzalez, Assistant Professor, ENGL
     Julia Gossard, Assistant Professor, HIST
     Ravi Gupta, Associate Professor, HIST


Teaching is not without its risks. Education exposes students to new concepts and challenges existing assumptions, so controversy and confrontation can be inevitable. When it happens, how should a teacher to respond? This seminar addresses that question. A panel of experienced faculty will facilitate discussion around true-to-life case scenarios, share how they responded, and what the results were. Bring your insights and leave better prepared.  

Comments

Shireen D Keyl

I will be attending from Ephraim so I'll need an IVC

Travis N Thurston

All IVC sites are listed on our website: https://empowerteaching.usu.edu/seminars Broadcast Statewide:
Roosevelt - SC-179
Vernal - B-223C
Ephraim - D
Moab - East 101
Kaysville - KEC-109
Brigham - D217
Tooele - Conf-114
Orem - 107A
Price - RC-124
Salt Lake - 146
Blanding - Adm-125
Nephi - Rm H