Join the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning (FCTL) and your fellow ACC faculty members to discuss inclusive teaching techniques. At this faculty-focused event, we will welcome guest speaker Dr. Keffrelyn Brown, Professor of Cultural Studies in Education in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at University of Texas. Her research and teaching focuses on the sociocultural knowledge of race in teaching and curriculum, critical multicultural teacher education and the educational discourses and intellectual thought related to African Americans and their educational experiences in the United States.
At this special event, you’ll be a part of the conversation on race and curriculum, and you’ll get insight into successful practices learned through the UT fellowship program on this topic. Earn faculty development credit, share your thoughts about inclusive teaching practices, hear from an expert and enjoy dinner with your colleagues as we cruise Ladybird Lake in search of real Riverbats!
- Learn more about inclusive teaching techniques in guiding institutional goals
- Explore data, findings and outcomes of the Race & Curriculum Revision Project
- Network with colleagues
- Earn faculty development credit
- Enjoy dinner & bat watching on the lake
Seats will fill fast, purchase tickets now!
Date & Location Information
Date: Friday, April 26th, 2019
Time: 6:00pm to 9:00pm
(boarding will begin at 5:30pm, departing promptly at 6:00pm)
Location: Capital Cruises Boat Dock (208 Barton Springs Road / Austin, TX 78704)
Boat: M.V. Pride and Joy II riverboat on Ladybird Lake
Parking: Paid parking is available in the Hyatt Regency Austin Parking Garage, or use any free parking spot Downtown that you find.