Video recording and slideshow from Rebecca Krucoff’s Faculty Spotlight, as she discusses deepening faculty knowledge of Culturally Responsive Teaching with a view to creating a CRP-rich curriculum and graduating students skilled in implementing CRP in their K-12 classrooms.
Category: Faculty Spotlight
What does mentoring look like at Pratt? In what ways do faculty and students already make themselves available in a mentoring role? How can Pratt facilitate a mentor exchange in a non-hierarchical manner to bridge generations and varying levels of teaching and learning experiences? How can mentoring exchanges be developed and sustained as peer-to-peer between faculty, undergraduate, and graduate students?
Unlearning Classroom Space: Swati Piparsania’s (School of Design) Fellows project examines, through surveys and deep reading of texts, what are good environments of learning and how changing aspects can promote creativity. Watch the recording here, as Swati shares initial findings and talks about what else is in store for her 2023 Fellows’ project.
Join us for Faculty Fellow Rebecca Krucoff’s Faculty Spotlight presentation. Click here to RSVP and to learn more!
Community Based Conversations: Renee Ortega’s (Creative Arts Therapy) 2023 CTL Fellows project discusses intercultural communication and Pratt’s standing as a part of the rich and vibrant surrounding Brooklyn community.
Recording from Writing Skills for Students in the School of Information with Rebecca Evanhoe
Renee Ortega’s (Creative Arts Therapy) 2023 CTL Fellows project discusses intercultural communication and Pratt’s standing as a part of the rich and vibrant surrounding Brooklyn community.
Join Faculty Fellow Rebecca Evanhoe for this Faculty Spotlight. Click here for more information and to RSVP.