Events & Workshops

CNDLS is pleased to offer a variety of workshops for faculty and graduate students on a range of topics related to teaching practice and technology. Brief descriptions follow below, along with applicable registration information.

CNDLS is pleased to offer a variety of workshops and programs to the Georgetown community listed on the calendar below. Our calendar also features programming offered by our campus partners. To access a full list of each month’s offerings, please click on the month listed to the left of this page. To have your teaching & learning-related events added to this calendar, please reach out to cndls@georgetown.edu and we will do our best to accommodate your request. We look forward to seeing you at a future event!

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    Apr

    Positive Racial Identity Development

    The goal of “teaching to the whole person” has many facets, considering the variety of experiences, cultures, and backgrounds students bring into the classroom. For many students, their undergraduate experience is the most racially diverse setting they have been in, prompting different reflections on their own race as well as the races of others. Our students’ racial identities develop in complex and interesting ways. What does it mean to be teaching students at different stages in their racial identity development? While teaching to the whole person, how can we help students develop a positive racial identity? This workshop will draw from prominent scholarship on racial identity development to provide a space to examine how various relationships to and around race can impact the teaching and learning experience, and discuss how positive racial identity development models can contribute to our understanding of and our work with students.

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    HFSC Herman Room

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Please note that, while Apprenticeship in Teaching (AT) workshops are open to faculty, they are designed for graduate students. Presentations and many of the exercises are designed for instructors with relatively little teaching experience. Some workshops are more appropriate than others for those with more teaching experience. Faculty with a particular interest in one of the AT workshops should contact James Olsen before registering.