Center for Faculty Innovation

Microaggressions in Everyday Life: What Are They and How Can I Intervene? (Online Workshop)

Tue, 27 Oct 2020 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

This online workshop will be offered on Monday, October 26 from 3:00-4:30 PM, and Tuesday, October 27 from 3:00-4:30 PM. Register for either using the link below.

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In this workshop, we will discuss what microaggressions are, examples of microaggressions in the teaching and learning context, and strategies for how to intervene when you experience or witness microaggressions. During this 90-minute workshop, participants will engage in a discussion reflecting on their role, potential to respond, and commitments they will take to challenge their own biases and interrupt microaggressions in their everyday lives. Facilitators will offer support and resources for navigating and interrupting microaggressions.

Facilitators: 

Partner/Sponsor: JMU Civic

Faculty participants will make progress toward these program outcomes:

  • Describing what microaggressions are and examples of microaggressions in the classroom; and
  • Identifying and practicing strategies for intervening in microaggressions.

Faculty participants will make progress toward these teaching outcomes:

  • Identifying factors that influence pedagogical choices; and
  • Integrating knowledge of student development models in teaching philosophies and practice.

 

Our programs are intended for JMU faculty or staff only. If you are a graduate student or administrator and would like to attend, please sign up and leave a note at the end of the survey.

We want this program to be welcoming, accessible, and inclusive for all of our participants. Please describe any considerations (e.g., disability, wellness, cultural, etc.) you want us to know about in the registration survey. You may also reach out to us personally at Tiffany Runion, runiontt@jmu.edu or (540)860-0524.

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