Latino Student Perspective: Providing Support and Enhancing Their Voice in the Classroom
With Gina Garcia of the School of Education's Department of Administrative & Policy Studies
In this workshop, participants will not only learn about the experiences of Latino students, who represent a mere 2% of the student population at the university, but also learn strategies for incorporating the voices of Latinos and other marginalized populations in their classroom. This will include strategies for curricular and pedagogical inclusion of minoritized communities. The goal of the workshop is to create awareness around issues Latino college students face in predominantly white institutions as well as develop skills necessary to create inclusive educational experiences.
This workshop may be counted toward the Diversity cluster of the Achievement in Pedagogy badge, offered through the Graduate Student Teaching Initiative. For more information, see: http://www.teaching.pitt.edu/teaching-support/ta-services/achievement-in-pedagogy-badge// or contact email@example.com.
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