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Create/Construct Syllabus and/or Action Plan Workshop for your US Latino Studies Certificate

Description:

This session will provided support for faculty to begin either  

  • Constructing/embedding their syllabus with engaging and purposeful instruction that relates to US Latino students in their classroom/virtual instruction

    OR

  • Create an Action Plan or a new course or modifying an existing one that will foster better relationships among all students on campus and will be appealing and supportive of US Latino students as well
    Potential themes or Foci include:

    • Art/Music/Folklore
    • US Latina Women
    • Barrio Popular Culture
    • Language in Education
    • Immigration, Nation and Media
    • Multicultural Education and Latinos
    • US Latino and the COVID-19 Pandemic
    • Mental Health among US Latinos
    • Borderlands
    • Immigration and the US Latino Community
    • US/Mex Relations
    • Chicano/Latino Families
    • Chicano History Movement
    • Faith among US Latinos
    • Labor, Law, and Policy among US Latinos

Connection Information

Web link: https://wisconsin-edu.zoom.us/j/99862245029?pwd=SzZZRTg0S20rbWpWY2pmRGZmdXE0QT09
Phone: (312) 626-6799   Meeting ID: 998 6224 5029   Passcode: 390975

Recording

 

Please participate in the US Latino Studies Best Practices Survey

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