How race is lived in “real” life is how race is lived in cyberspace is a commonly held hypothesis. Join us as we examine this supposition via an examination of the book text titled Race in Cyberspace, Kolka, B, Nakamura, L, & Rodman, G. (Ed.). Topics to be examined will include the role language plays in the construction of racialized online identities; offline representations of cyberspace as a racially coded environment; and the impact technology and education has on race equity. Register now to ensure your participation in what will be a dynamic book club event. A copy of this compelling book will be forwarded to you once registration is completed. Quantities are limited to the first 14 registered. Each person shall receive a copy of each publication through campus mail. In the event that registered participants are not able to attend, we ask you return your book to CETL MB# 5400
This roundtable will examine how to best secure an effective classroom environment and enhance university curricula values by exploring some diversity myths. Several faculty and staff with expertise in various areas of diversity pedagogy will present the myths connected to their areas of concern and expertise. More importantly, the panelists will present measures/solutions to best address these myths within and outside the classroom.
Thirty years ago Pink Floyd’s Another Brick in the Wall exclaimed “we don’t need no education,” Hip Hop’s prevailing attitudes about higher education echoes a similar sentiment. Considering more than 85% of millennial students self-identify as active participants in hip hop culture, examining the convergence and divergence between hip hop culture and higher education may be a pivotal in understanding the millennial generation. Join the “serious fun” as we examine hip hop historiography, anti-intellectualism, and higher education.
Engaging teaching cannot adequately be achieved without diversity as a core value. Yet, the tendency is to continue to make assumption about methodology, theory, and practiced in the classroom to meet diversity goals. The research on diversity clearly validates the ideal that learning and teaching diversity in the classroom enhances social development, increases student knowledge of others, prepare students to engage in a global society, and promotes creativity and self-awareness, among other things. Thus this workshop will address: * seminal theories and scholarship connected to teaching diverse populations
* the do's and don'ts of classroom management
* cross-cultural communication and the classroom, and
* best practices (what works and why)
Please join us to hear and share the best approaches to achieve Goal 6 of KSU's Strategic Plan.
Come join Carol Pope at CETL as she dispels the misconceptions of specific need for students with disabilities. Faculty will be offered compliance information, review of relevant case studies, and general issues connected to time use, testing, and on-line learning. In order to be more effective in the classroom it is necessary to insure that all of our students are offered the best possible opportunities to succeed. Join us as we demonstrate ways such an ideal can be achieved in the curriculum and campus-wide.
Using the Development Model of Intercultural Sensitivity as a theoretical foundation, this workshop will brainstorm and discuss best practices for integrating intercultural and global learning into education abroad. Faculty participants will examine a variety of resource materials aimed at promoting intercultural and global learning and be encouraged to develop research projects/questions building upon the concepts and materials covered.
Interested in advancing global learning in the classroom?
This one-hour workshop is for you! Join us as we advance curriculum diversity goals via a comprehensive presentation on the Global Certification for Students. In addition, you will learn how the application and acquisition of global learning scholarship opportunities for faculty and students complements KSU’s mission to advance “global learning for engaged citizenship.” We look forward to your participation!
While a growing literature documents African history, cultural diversity, and contemporary trends, there is a glaring lack of accessible work on the initiatives of individuals and institutions currently tackling Afro-pessimism and Afro-ignorance among U.S. civil society. Therefore, the CETL-funded KSUAfricanist Faculty Learning Community is sponsoring a mini-symposium titled, "Teaching Africa in the 21st Century Classroom" in conjunction with an anticipated edited-volume on the same theme. The multidisciplinary participants will consist of contributing authors from KSU and other Georgia Colleges and Universities. This event is open to the public. Anyone interested in strategies for bringing Africa into university classrooms or would simply like to learn something about this diverse continent and its people are encouraged to attend.
The workshop will close with a Wine and Goldfish reception for all attendees.
We Band of Angels: The Untold Story of American Nurses Trapped on Bataan by the Japanese. Hailed by The New York Times Book Review as a "grippingly told" story of "power and relevance," here is the true, untold account of the first American women to prove their mettle under combat conditions. Later, during three years of brutal captivity at the hands of the Japanese, they also demonstrated their ability to survive. Filled with the thoughts and impressions of the women who lived it, "every page of this history is fascinating" (The Washington Post).
Diversity covers a range of issues. Learn how you can advance the goal of curriculum diversity in the classroom through the creation of student multi-media narratives. Come and join us as we demonstrate how to use simple technology such as Microsoft Photo Story to advance diversity pedagogy in the classroom. Remember you do not have to be tech guru to lead the assignments.
Come and be part of the edutainment!!
You will learn:
How to create your own project
How to access needed software for the project
How to include audio and visual content (photos and audio)
How to review completed multimedia story
How to save the project
How to upload the project
You will need to bring a flash drive or data storage method to save your project