Loyola University Chicago

Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy

Anti-Racist Pedagogy Series

 

As part of the Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy's continued response to current events related to the COVID-19 pandemic and the awakening of society to the violence and threats to life and liberty posed by racism and systemic oppression of marginalized groups, particularly black people, we seek to meet the evolving needs of our faculty and our students. 

Our summer series has concluded. You can find available PowerPoints, session recordings, and chat transcripts below. Stay tuned for more information about fall programming related to ant-racist pedagogy.

 

Discussion Circle


Description: Share thoughts and experiences of current events and the impact on your teaching in small group breakout sessions.  Using a discussion protocol drawn from Indigenous and restorative practices, the aim is to provide a structured opportunity to engage in respectful and sensitive dialogue with other faculty members in our community.

Powerpoint Slides

 

 

Introduction and Application of Related Pedagogical Theories


Description: Introduction and discussion of anti-racist theory, critical race theory, queer theory, feminist theory, liberation theology, and other critical frameworks for considering race, power, and marginalization in our society

Recording

PowerPoint Slides

 

 

Anti-Racist Course Design ‚Äč


Description: Learn how to design course content, syllabi, learning outcomes, assessments and assignments that reflect anti-racist pedagogy.

Recording

PowerPoint Slides

Edited Chat Transcript

Dr. Aana Vigen's Social Location Survey

 

Anti-Racist Course Facilitation

Description: Discuss creating class community, responding to resistance, equalizing power, among other themes. 

PowerPoint Slides

Edited Chat Transcript

Recording

 

Advocacy and Taking Action


Description: Consider how to create opportunities for moving ourselves, our students and our communities toward meaningful anti-racist action.

PowerPoint Slides

Recording

Edited Chat Transcript

 

Discussion Circle


Description: Share thoughts and experiences of the past sessions of the series, current events and the impact on your teaching in small group breakout sessions.  Using a discussion protocol drawn from Indigenous and restorative practices, the aim is to provide a structured opportunity to engage in respectful and sensitive dialogue with other faculty members in our community.

PowerPoint Slides
Recording
Edited Chat Transcript