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Teachers As Scholars: Using Productive Classroom Talk to Address Complex Social Phenomena - April 19th & May 1st, 2017

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Teachers As Scholars: Using Productive Classroom Talk to Address Complex Social Phenomena - April 19th & May 1st, 2017

Time: April 19, 2017 from 8:30am to 3pm
Location: University Hall, ADP Center, Room 1145 (April 19) & Room 1120 (May 1)
Event Type: teachers, as, scholars
Organized By: Deirdre MacKnight
Latest Activity: Feb 13

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TITLE: Teachers As Scholars: Using Productive Classroom Talk to Address Complex Social Phenomena

DATE: April 19th & May 1st, 2017

TIME: 8:30 AM -3:00 PM

LOCATION: University Hall, ADP Center, Room 1145 (April 19) & Room 1120 (May 1)

INSTRUCTOR: Monica Glina

This two-session course will focus on strategies and techniques for cultivating productive classroom talk that serves as the vehicle for addressing complex social phenomena, such as bullying. Participants will learn how to (1) develop contestable questions around social, political and moral issues (2) engage students empathetically, productively and constructively in inquiry around issues and (3) develop and incorporate pre- and post-discussion activities that enhance the discussions and students' understanding of the issues they engage.

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