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Critical Conversations Series: Abolitionist Practices in Teaching and Learning

Monday, March 7, 2022
11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Facilitated by Yasmine Djerbal, and Clarissa de Leon, Centre for Teaching and Learning

In this Critical Conversation workshop, we will explore how instructors can embrace abolitionist thinking in their teaching practices. Centered on Project Nia’s Building Accountable Communities Project, this workshop will focus on the resource “How to Share Space: Creating Community in Classrooms and Beyond”. We ask that attendees please read this document ahead of time (also linked below). Topics we will discuss together include fostering belonging by rejecting social disposability, creating a culture of consequence, and exploring what this looks like in practice. This session is tailored for educators who already engage in abolitionist theory in their teaching, research, or other work.
“How to Share Space: Creating Community in Classrooms and Beyond” by Project Nia  

Centre for Teaching and Learning
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