anti-oppression, oppression, critical social justice education
This interactive workshop guides participants through some of the foundational skills and concepts needed for setting up a successful learning experience to build skills related to anti-oppression, involves participants in a demonstration of an actual professional development experience that took place in the Hacherl Research & Writing Studio, and offers a planning template and guidance for creating and successfully implementing a custom learning experience to suit one’s own academic or professional context. Online viewers are encouraged to use this resource as if they were taking part in-person. This workshop was originally held at the Pacific Northwest Writing Centers Association conference in Fall 2017.
Hemsley, Pippa; Woods, Shayna; and Yen, Tian Qing, "Creating Learning Experiences for Anti-Oppression" (2019). Undergraduate Studio Assistant Research. 6.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Communication and education; Oppression (Psychology); Experiential learning; Motivation in education
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