Available January 17 – January 22, 2022
Link to presentation: https://mondaymorningmentors.com
Becoming an antiracist educator requires using a suite of interventions that provide an ongoing counternarrative to the minoritizing structures in higher education. For most persons, this is an on-going learning process that brings joy and satisfaction.
Antiracist syllabi embed evidence-based practices to provide an on-going daily counternarrative to the barriers to the success of minoritized students.
Participants will be able to:
- Identify six features of a syllabus that communicate an antiracist approach to teaching and learning
- Adapt examples provided to their own specific contexts
- Implement ways they can expand their own antiracist practices
- How to communicate to minoritized students that your course content and structure are equity-minded and justice focused
- How to create senses of belonging and partnership with your students
- How to promote transparency and a growth-mindset to improve the success of all students