Steans Center hosts 'Teaching in Chicago' series

St. Vincent's circle
(DePaul University/Josh Woo)
The Steans Center supports DePaul’s mission by fostering faculty-community partnerships in the pursuit of transformative student learning and a more just society. This year, the center is offering an exciting five-part Steans Center workshop series and a certificate program to both new and more experienced practitioners. The workshops may be taken as stand-alone components or as a series.

The 2018-19 series will continue on Oct. 11 and 12 with Teaching in Chicago: Negotiating Identity in the Classroom and Community. In these sessions, participants will: 
  • Reflect on how identity and personal bias play a role in faculty teaching and student learning in the classroom and in the community--with experienced community partners, faculty members, staff, and students
  • Develop and share knowledge and skills for facilitating critical in-class dialogue and reflection
  • Discuss how to prepare students for navigating communities, address safety concerns, and address relevant requirements of the University
RSVPs for these sessions is due by Monday, Oct. 8. Lunch will be provided.

Teaching in Chicago: Negotiating Identity in the Classroom and Community

Thursday, Oct. 11
12 – 2 p.m.
Steans center for Community-based Service Learning

Friday, Oct. 12
12 -- 2 p.m.
DePaul Center, room 11013

To learn more about our workshops and optional workshop scheduling, review the Steans Center’s Faculty Resource calendar

To learn more about our stipended CbSL Certificate Program, contact Helen Damon-Moore

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