“Teaching through Crises” on May 2 at 3pm will explore how we make our teaching receptive and responsive to disruptive events and systemic injustices, and ask what happens to our teaching when something extraordinary happens in the world. It will feature remarks by Şule Aksoy (GCTLC), Angela Dunne (GC Urban Education), Omnia Khalil (GC Anthropology), and will be moderated by Ana Flavia Badue (GCTLC/Anthropology).
Register for the “Teaching Through Crises” panel here: https://gc-cuny-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwufuyrqTktEt1dH2BJp5BbRLfqaWOCvZw9
“Teaching with “Open” Pedagogies at CUNY,” on May 4 at 2:30pm will present findings from “’The Amount of Labor We Do For Free’ and Other Contradictions,” a research project on how and why CUNY adjunct instructors drew on free-of-charge and/or open access materials in their pandemic teaching praxes during 2020. Project authors Sami Disu (John Jay College), Jamila Hammami (John Jay College), Marianne Madoré (GC Sociology), Conor Tomás Reed (Brooklyn College) will discuss findings with Anna Zeemont (GCTLC/ English).
Register for Teaching with “Open” Pedagogies at CUNY here: https://gc-cuny.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEqcumqpzIrE9KLi5fyMEqOOc0KTm_pZhux.