Dreamery Speaker Series with Tanya Joosten
The Dreamery Speaker series is hosting Tanya Joosten, a Senior Scientist, the Director of Digital Learning Research and Development, and advisor to the Provost for innovation projects at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM). During the event Tanya will have interactive discussions focused on teaching (Approaching Intentionality: Factors That Influence Student Success) and learning design (Considerations for Equity-Minded Practices). Please review the short descriptions below and register for the session(s) that interest you.

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Approaching intentionality: Factors that influence student success (Teaching Focused Session)

Our entire educational experience prepares us to teach, or does it?  Dr. Joosten will share considerations in moving from instinct to intentionality in rethinking your instructional practices.

Tuesday, 9/27, 4:00-5:30pm
In Person at the Dreamery (Basement of Shields)
Remote option, if needed
Considerations for equity-minded practices (Learning Design Focused Session)

Unacceptably, there is a long history of blame being placed on shoulders of the student for lower "achievement gaps."  Enacting equity by design, let’s discuss considerations in altering practices.

Wednesday, 9/28, 9-10am
In Person at the Dreamery (Basement of Shields)
Remote option, if needed
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