On Thursday, October 29th, CTL hosted a panel discussion of how to work with students during this uncertain election time. You can view the recording below.
Our topics and speakers were
- Welcome and Introduction to the Workshop Topic and Panelists: Joyce Weinsheimer, Director, Center for Teaching and Learning
- Teaching Inclusively During the 2020 Election Season: Gordon Moore, Executive Director, Student Diversity and Inclusion
- Teaching Students with Diverse Political Views: Mark Zachary Taylor, Associate Professor, Public Policy
- Connecting Course Content to the Election Season: Kim Cobb, Georgia Power Chair and ADVANCE Professor, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
- Teaching Strategies that Communicate Care and Support to Students in Turbulent Times: Carol Subiño Sullivan, Assistant Director, Faculty Teaching and Learning Initiatives, Center for Teaching and Learning
- Guidance for Faculty on Academic Freedom/Free Speech at Election Time: Kathleen Gosdsen, Assistant Chief Counsel, Employment and Litigation, Legal Affairs