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Tea, Talk, and Teaching [Online]

Tea, Talk, and Teaching [Online] In-Person

Announcing Tea, Talk, and Teaching, our latest addition to the sessions at the Center for Teaching and Learning for spring 2024. Brew some tea (or coffee) and join us for this collegial opportunity to discuss books that have influenced higher education teaching and learning.

Throughout our teaching lives there are powerful readings that have had a longstanding impact on our teaching philosophies and practices. Teaching to Transgress by bell hooks is one such reading that has inspired and provoked educators across higher education. Through her passionate advocacy for educational practices that empower rather than oppress, hooks rouses us to reevaluate our approaches to teaching and learning. Dare to transgress by committing to the excitement of a reading community and the reinvigoration of our understanding of teaching.

Come prepared to share your favorite passage from the work and how it has impacted your teaching practice. Feel free to share the passages that have confounded you. And we will hold space for listening to each other to discuss what we’d like to take forward for our teaching practice.

Note: Registration spaces are limited. 

Monday, June 24, 2024
10:30am - 12:00pm
Time Zone:
Mountain Time - US & Canada (change)
  Faculty     General  
  Active Learning & Engagement     Reflective Practice  

Registration is required. There are 6 seats available.

The summer gathering for Tea, Talk, and Teaching will be an opportunity for you to indicate how you would like subsequent sessions to be organized. Share your suggestions for future gatherings here.

This summer gathering is an online session.

Event Organizer

Galicia Blackman

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