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Thursday, March 28 • 10:30am - 4:30pm
We’re Acting Up! Refreshing Student-Centered Principles with an Eye on Equity

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*Please bring a WiFi-enabled device to the session! Too often classrooms replicate rather than overcome society’s oppressive structures. This is the world as it is. This is true even in student-centered learning environments. How, then, do we create and facilitate learning environments that help us move away from the world as it is and toward the world as it should be? This workshop will support participants to think about how to reclaim student-centered learning environments as places of deeper liberation, love, and learning. Inspired by research about the pedagogy of teacher activism and supporting teachers to develop anti-racist philosophies and practice, the session will have three parts: 1) using Augusto Boal’s Theatre of the Oppressed techniques to engage with Gloria Anzaldúa’s ideas of “choques” and “la facultad” in the context of student-centered learning principles in practice; 2) deepening our engagement with Theatre of the Oppressed to imagine the kinds of change that allow all students to flourish; and 3) applying these learnings to the current revamp of the Students at the Center principles (https://studentsatthecenterhub.org/interactive-framework/).

Moderators
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Keith Catone

Executive Director, Center for Youth & Community Leadership in Education (CYCLE)
Keith Catone is the executive director of the Center for Youth and Community Leadership in Education (CYCLE) at Roger Williams University, which was launched in November 2017. Previously, he served as Associate Director for Community Organizing and Engagement at the Annenberg Institute... Read More →

Speakers
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Rebecca E. Wolfe

AVP, Students at the Center, JFF



Thursday March 28, 2019 10:30am - 4:30pm
HTE 207

Attendees (25)