A workshop on Tuesday, April 25, will explore the barriers instructors may encounter while communicating with students from cultures that are different from their own.
In this discussion-based workshop, participants will have the opportunity to discuss challenges they have encountered or may encounter in the future, and review strategies they can utilize to promote respectful and compassionate communication in the classroom.
The workshop will be instructed by Celina Ussoletti, an instructor in the Faculty of Nursing.
In addition to this workshop, the Centre for Teaching and Learning’s Teaching and Learning Series is also offering a session on why accessibility considerations are so important. The workshop, Collective Responsibility for Accessibility & Inclusion: Knowing Your Students, will be delivered Friday, April 28, by Cherie Gagnon, accessibility manager in the Office of Human Rights, Equity, and Accessibility, and teaching and learning senior fellow Veronika Mogyorody.
Both workshops will be in person in the CTL’s offices located at 700 California Ave. Visit the CTL registration system for more information or to register.