INCLUSIVE CLASSROOM SERIES

The Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in collaboration with the Office of Academic Affairs is pleased to present two workshops focused on building more inclusive classroom environments. 
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Monday, Jan. 28, 2019

Workshop 1: Teaching Inclusively

9:30 a.m. – 11 a.m.

This workshop will explore the barriers to achieving inclusive excellence and how they may be overcome, including presentations, case studies, and discussion. Please register at https://teachinginclusively.eventbrite.com. (Light refreshments served)


Workshop 2: Fostering Civility and Conflict Resolution in the Classroom

11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.

This workshop will discuss the causes of incivility and methods for fostering greater civility and conflict resolution in the college classroom. Please register at https://fosteringcivilityandconflict.eventbrite.com. (Lunch provided)


 
Dr. Joe Bandy

JOE BANDY

Assistant Director, CFT Affiliated Faculty, Department of Sociology

Joe Bandy is Assistant Director of the Center for Teaching and affiliated faculty in the Department of Sociology at Vanderbilt University. He received his PHD from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 1998, and was Assistant and Associate Professor of Sociology at Bowdoin College from 1998 to 2010, after which he came to Vanderbilt. From 1996 to 2004, his research investigated the many ways that social movement organizations have responded to the economic changes associated with globalization, especially the efforts of U.S. and Mexican labor and environmental movements to forge coalitions in response to the social problems associated with export processing and free trade. Since 2005, he has focused on administrative, research, and teaching projects related to faculty development around high impact teaching practices — particularly case- and problem-based methods, service learning/community engagement, and inclusive excellence — and has championed teaching methods that support civic engagement, environmental sustainability, and critical understandings of social differences.

He has been featured in Sociologists in Action and is active in his work with Imagining America, an organization dedicated to supporting public scholarship and community engagement in the academy, the Professional and Organizational Development Network, and the Institute of International Education. He also has been an invited speaker and facilitator at Yale University, Johns Hopkins University, the International Dialogue on Education (ID-E), and the Institute on International Education. At Vanderbilt University, he oversees programs dedicated to these concerns, particularly junior faculty development, service learning and community engagement, sustainability education, and issues of difference and power in teaching. In sociology, Joe continues to teach in the areas of the sociology of development, globalization, U.S. class relations, labor, as well as environmental problems and movements.

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