DATE

Wednesday, Oct 4, 2017

TIME

11:30AM-12:45PM

LOCATION

Kuykendall 106 Events Room

Sponsored by:

Center for Teaching Excellence

Establishing a Culturally Responsive Classroom:
Teaching Practices for Mānoa Faculty

Moderated by:
Lori Furoyama, Education Administration

Panelists:
Randall Minas, Jr., Information Technology Management, Shidler College of Business
Jon Osorio, Hawaiʻinuiākea School of Hawaiian Knowledge
Maya Portner, Art, College of Arts and Humanities
Philip von Doetinchem, Physics, College of Natural Science
Patricia Halagao, Curriculum Studies


This event is offered with new Mānoa faculty in mind to provide guidance in using culturally responsive techniques in the classroom and support for engaging with the community. All faculty are welcome to attend.

A panel of diverse Mānoa faculty will:
• share their successes and challenges in teaching Mānoa’s unique student population;
• offer instructional strategies for faculty in designing courses;
• consider effective uses of “Talk Story” in and out of the classroom.

Coffee and tea will be provided. Please feel free to bring lunch.

For: ALL Faculty

Please register as space is limited.

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