Students as Teachers and Teachers as Students: Leveraging Youth Voice for Academic and Civic Learning
About this Event
This interactive session will encourage participants to think about Youth Participatory Action Research as a curricular and pedagogical model that centers youth voice as part of a humanizing pedagogy in schools. Presenters share their expertise in leveraging marginalized voices, inquiry, and performance as pedagogical strategies for engaging the academic and civic identities of students.
THE COMPLICATED CONVERSATIONS SERIES addresses the rich and complex benefits and challenges afforded by a diverse student body, faculty, and staff via workshops and seminars on a wide range of topics, such as the intersection of students’ raced, classed, gendered, and abled experiences in schools, at Queens College, and in society at large. Since 2013, the Series has been directed by Dr. Limarys Caraballo, sponsored by the Department of Secondary Education and Youth Services, and supported by the Office of the Provost and School of Education at Queens College.
Tags: Coaching, Communication skills, Creative thinking, Critical thinking, Culture, General management & leadership , Mentoring, People management, Webinars
16th Dec 2020 - 17th Dec 2020
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