101: Practice What you Teach: the Praxis of Antiracist Pedagogy in Our Classrooms

    Presenters: Nicholas Caraballo, Gabrielle Levy, Hamza Noor, Qudsia Saeed (members of Class of 2024), Abigail Jackson (Class of 2023) & Amaarah DeCuir (School of Education) 

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    Time: 9:55 AM – 11:10 AM

    Session Description

    AU students want antiracist classrooms. They share that students need to learn in humanizing spaces. They want to decolonize course material by examining issues of race, power, and inequality across disciplines. They are also passionate about advancing antiracism beyond the classroom, and into the broader DC community. Join students as they share examples of antiracist pedagogy experienced in their classrooms and hear them describe how these best practices directly impacted their learning experiences.

    Learning Outcomes

    • Hear presenters analyze current classroom practices across higher education
    • Evaluate how classroom practices affect students
    • Apply antiracist pedagogies to ensure that students experience effective learning environments that foster belonging, critical engagement, and advance equity

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