Join experts Gahlya Auel and ESD 112’s own Liza Sejkora to discover accessibility techniques that engage all adults learners.
Different Ways of Responding; Closed Captions; Time for Reflection; Use of Links/Resources; Breakout Rooms; Setting Goals; Growth Mindset Reflection; Pacing; Ratio of Talking vs. Participant Actions; Importance of Breaks.
When: Wednesday January 19, 2021
Where: Zoom (you will receive an invite after you’ve registered)
Register now on pdEnroller! (required for attendance): Adults are Students Too!
ON DECK: February
Equality vs. Equity, Wed, February 16, 12-1pm Broaden your understanding of equity as it relates to equality, to help create a more inclusive environment.
Presented by Sarah Yee, DEI fellow, Center for Equity and Inclusion
NEW to Spring Schedule!
Two additional L&L’s have been added to the spring schedule:
Perspectives and Self, Wed, April 20, 12-1pm Registration through pdEnroller is required for attendance. Explore how the influence our own identity and perspectives play in the way we perceive others and how others perceive us to build understanding about why diverse perspectives are important. Presented by Kathy Whitlock and Eftihia Triol.
Combating Imposter Syndrome, Wed, May 18, 12-1pm Registration through pdEnroller is required for attendance. Follow a personal journey on the path to sciences and how bias can prevent students from historically excluded groups from being encouraged in certain fields of study. Presented by Dr. Andre Walcott.
Save this additional 2022 Lunch and Learn date:
Celebration of Juneteenth, Wed, June 15, 12-1pm, Presented by Melissa E.E. Williams, Information and registration will follow.
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