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Free Access! Academic Resilience Consortium – Institutional Membership
Pratt faculty and staff members can join the Academic Resilience Consortium using our institutional membership. Go to https://academicresilience.org/member-register/ and select “Institution” as the Member Type, and “Pratt Institute-Main” as the Name of School or Institution. Add the additional information about your role and title as required. The Academic Resilience Consortium
Call for Applications – Faculty Learning Community: Difficult Conversations
We present our upcoming Faculty Learning Community: Difficult Conversations (FLC.DC) as an opportunity to reflect on times when difficult topics have come up, within larger class topics or as part of the unplanned generative discussions in the classroom. We hope that you’ll join this community with openness, as we work together to research possible modes of engaging with challenging topics ourselves and in the classroom while maintaining empathetic and inclusive environments for all students.
Call for panelists – AI and the Classroom
->Would you like to share an anecdote, strategy, or experience with using AI in the Classroom? Thanks to all who joined our “AI and the Classroom: Interactive Conversation” on February 16th! It’s fantastic to have such a wide range of opinions, experiences, and departments represented in this conversation. We’re hosting
Leading with a lie: Scientific inquiry, skepticism, and information access in a General Education Core science class
Date and Time: April 5, 12:30-1:30 (virtual) RSVP here In the first week of his undergraduate Science and Society course, Professor Damon Chaky tells a lie. Maybe a lie that you’ve told, also. (It’s really more of a “half-truth”, so don’t be too hard on yourself.) Whether an outright lie or
Recording from: Faculty Spotlight: Structuring inclusive classrooms to support diverse learners”
Thank you for joining us for this faculty spotlight on March 6th, where Anna Phillip and Caroline Matthews shared their research-in-progress, as they work to understand the methods in which educators can create inclusive classroom environments, through trauma-informed teaching strategies and research around cultural and emotional intelligence. How can we
Teaching Entanglements – Spring 2023
Educator Wellbeing Network @ Pratt CTL – Spring 2023 With Bethany Ides (Adjunct Associate Professor, Humanities & Media Studies, Pratt Institute) Over the course of 3 cumulative conversations, we’ll read and discuss excerpts from Shawn Wilson’s Research Is Ceremony: Indigenous Research Methods, focusing particularly on his framing of relational accountability.