Call for Presentations for Teaching for Teaching for Social Justice & Democracy Speaker Series
Can you share ways you have integrated current social issues into your course to better engage your students? How have you helped them to develop their social, emotional and expressive capacities?
The Teaching For Social Justice & Democracy Series focuses on instructional strategies that Georgia State University faculty have used to successfully incorporate social justice themes into various subject areas and the resulting positive student outcomes.
The series started in Fall 2016 and now we are launching an award as well. We are seeking new speakers across Georgia State’s campuses. Format of the series:
We typically meet on the 2nd Friday of each month at 2 p.m. in CETLOE. Speakers arrive by 1:30 p.m. to get set up.
Speakers has access to state of the art technology in CETLOE to display their presentation and media.
Speakers present for 45-60 minutes followed by Q&A.
CETLOE and IIT will market the series and we will share a file so you can invite your network.
If you have been integrating social justice issues into your courses and would like to share best practices with other faculty at Georgia State, please fill out the following form.
We will be in touch towards the end of each semester with selections for the following semester. If you have any questions, please email [email protected].