UMD Faculty Workshop Series
Developing Courses and Teaching in the Theorizing Race, Power, and Justice LEP Category
Dr. Jeanine Weekes Schroer has led a spring workshop series for individuals interested in teaching a course in the Theorizing Race, Power and Justice category for the Liberal Education Program during summer 2022, fall 2022 and spring 2023.
Workshop series learning goals:
- Goal 1: Analyze literature relevant for a course appropriate for the TRPJ category.
- Goal 2: Organize literature for use in a domain/discipline specific course for the TRPJ category.
- Goal 3: Compare strategies for managing conflict in classroom contexts especially around “hot” topics.
- Goal 4: Create/implement strategies for managing classroom conflict and difficult conversations.
- Goal 5: Assemble a successful proposal for the TRPJ Liberal Education category.
The workshop series has been delivered as five, two-hour sessions held in-person with refreshments served.
The workshop series is limited to 20 participants. Each person completing the workshop series will receive a $500 stipend.
*Participation in the workshop series is not required to propose a course for the new category
The spring 2023 workshop series registration is closed.
During spring 2023, the series will be completed during the first half of the spring term, and will end prior to spring break.
Spring 2023 Dates/Locations:
- Tuesday, January 24 2:00-3:50p in Gitchigami Room (355-357 Kirby Students Center)
- Tuesday, January 31 2:00-3:50p in Garden Room (326 Kirby Students Center)
- Tuesday, February 7 2:00-3:50p in Garden Room (326 Kirby Students Center)
- Tuesday, February 14 2:00-3:50p in Garden Room (326 Kirby Students Center)
- Tuesday, February 21 2:00-3:50p in Garden Room (326 Kirby Students Center)
Stay tuned for future workshop opportunities...
Theorizing Race, Power, and Justice Category: Description, Criteria, Learning Outcomes
Liberal Education Program: Framework Effective Fall 2023
Liberal Education Course Proposal Webpage