We all have experiences of feeling included and excluded in teaching and learning settings. These experiences–good and bad–can shape our convictions about the types of learning environments we want to create and the experiences we want for our learners. The educational autobiography approach helps us share and gain perspective on our past, leveraging it to improve our work with learners in the present and future. In this workshop, we will reflect on the ways in which our past learning experiences influence our beliefs and values as educators.
For Future Faculty Program participants, this session fulfills the “Diversity and Inclusive Teaching” requirement.
This session is only open to Northeastern University students, staff and educators. Please use your Northeastern email when registering.