I is for Involvement - Prejudice in sight: promoting positive interactions in the class

In short

Date:

5 December 2018

Time:

12:30 - 14:00

Location:

Main campus, Speakers' Corner

Fatima El Bouk will offer a public class based on her research in preconceived notions about students among teaching staff.

I is for Involvement

What is all this talk about Diversity and Inclusion?  Members from the Lectorate of Inclusive Education are doing some interesting work and want to share it with you. However, they don’t just want you to listen, they want you to get involved. You are invited to public lessons, plays or films followed by discussion and exchange facilitated by members of the Lectorate of Inclusive Education.  Once a month there will be a presentation by our lectorate under the heading I is for Involvement.  The focus is on the range of backgrounds our students, come from.  What is it that you think you know and understand about the world where our students come from?  Why is it important to know?  Come and find out.

Fatima El Bouk will offer a public class based on her research in preconceived notions about students among teaching staff.  Prejudice exists and it hurts the learning process.  But prejudices can be battled and once recognized can contribute to positive interactions between teacher and student.  Come, learn and participate in this interactive public lesson.