This session will help us to extend our continuing discussion as a resource for higher-education faculty that centers equity, diversity and inclusion in our curriculum. We also anticipate that together we can collaborate to begin to address promising practices in the anti-racism work of educators. The resources developed as part of this project can help global educators frame their practice in an environment of care, equity and inclusion: in both virtual and in-person classrooms.
Here are some ideas we will be exploring with our panelists
This is a time to reflect and share together as practitioners about what is working online, and what is not. It’s a chance to learn from our panelists about practical ways that can help with online learning and teaching. Limited spaces available.
Dr. Philip Asare – Assistant Professor – University of Toronto Engineering
Dr. Natasha Burford – Sessional Lecturer University of Toronto
Ms.Tatiana Emanuel – Lawyer – Legally Canadian
Ms. Zohra Lakhani – OISE Alumna MEd – Comparative, International, and Development Education & Curriculum Studies and Teacher Development
Dr. Vidya Shah – Assistant Professor – York University
Dr. George Wanganga – Adjunct Faculty – York University