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Teacher-Consultant Writing Contest Submission Deadline12:00am
Monday, October 25th, 2021
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Storrs Campus N/AThe Teacher-Consultant Writing Contest is open to anyone who has attended a full four-week Summer Institute at the Connecticut Writing Project at UConn.
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Tuesday, October 26th, 2021
12:45 PM - 01:30 PM
Storrs Campus Gentry 140C or ZoomThe Secondary English Education program at the Neag School presents "(Re)Imagining a More Just English Education" series.
This session, "Queering ELA," will focus on discussing the article titled “#Sounding OutMySilence: Reading a LGBTQ Youth’s Sonic Cartography as Multimodal (Counter)Storytelling.” It features Dr. Jon Wargo of Boston University.
Taking place from September through November, these presentations will be accessible on Zoom. You can also join in-person viewing sessions in the Gentry Building.
For more information or to request the Zoom link, please contact Danielle Filipiak.
JON M. WARGO, PH.D. IS AN ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN THE LYNCH SCHOOL OF EDUCATION & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AT BOSTON COLLEGE. AN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCHER WHO ATTENDS CLOSELY TO QUALITATIVE METHODS, WARGO ENGAGES COMMUNITY-BASED, ETHNOGRAPHIC, AND MULTIMODAL METHODOLOGIES TO EXAMINE HOW DIGITAL MEDIA AND TECHNOLOGY MEDIATES CHILDREN’S AND YOUTHS’ SOCIAL AND CIVIC EDUCATION.
A 2020 NAED/SPENCER POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW, WARGO’S CURRENT RESEARCH EXAMINES THE MATERIAL AND IDEOLOGICAL AFFORDANCES AND CONSTRAINTS ELEMENTARY TEACHERS IDENTIFY AS OBSTACLES AND SUPPORTS FOR TEACHING LGBTQ-INCLUSIVE SOCIAL STUDIES.
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Meet Dean Jason Irizarry6:00pm
Wednesday, October 27th, 2021
06:00 PM - 07:00 PM
Other VirtualJoin fellow alumni and friends for a special webinar to introduce Neag School of Education Dean Jason G. Irizarry. Learn more about the Dean, including his priorities for the Neag School of Education going forward.
The event will include a moderated Q&A led by Neag Alumni Board President, Carl Johnson ’03 (ED), ’04 (MA), ’15 6th Year and The Dean's Board of Advocates Chair, Julie Wood ’71 (ED), ’72 (MA), as well as an opportunity for you to pose your own questions to the Dean. Don’t miss this chance to learn more about the future of Neag!
Register at http://s.uconn.edu/MeetDeanIrizarry
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Responding To The Antiracism Call To Action As Educators6:00pm
Monday, November 1st, 2021
06:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Other ZoomOnline Dialogue Event:
"Responding to the Antiracism Call to Action as Educators"
An online dialogue event to connect CT educators in small breakout groups to discuss antiracist educational practices.
This dialogue is an opportunity for educators (open to all who work in education) across Connecticut to connect in small online breakout groups to discuss (1) past & current practices that have led to disparities in the provision of educational services, (2) barriers to implementing antiracist educational practices, (3) practical action steps to respond to the antiracist call to action as an educator, and (4) an opportunity to ask expert panelists' questions regarding the implementation of antiracist educational practices. Participants will receive a certificate of attendance after attending the entire duration of the event and completion of the feedback form (certificates will be issued to participants within 1 week of the event).
Register For The Event Here
Event supported by the Democracy & Dialogues Fellowship Program of Dodd Human Rights Impact
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Using Literature in Anti-Racism Education Towards Civic Readiness: A Professional Development Workshop For Educators2:00pm
Using Literature in Anti-Racism Education Towards Civic Readiness: A Professional Development Workshop For Educators
Tuesday, November 2nd, 2021
02:00 PM - 04:00 PM
Storrs Campus Virtual Event
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