All are welcome to attend the ACRL Contemplative Pedagogy Interest Group fall program! Please register online and see details below:
The Wheel of Power/Privilege: Acknowledging Our Biases and Systems of Power in Our Work as Library WorkersPresented by Ray Pun (he/him), Alder Graduate School of EducationWednesday, November 15th, 2:00 p.m. Eastern, 1:00 p.m. Central, 12:00 p.m. Mountain, 11:00 a.m. Pacific
Have you heard of or seen the wheel of power/privilege created by Sylvia Duckworth? This interactive session dives into this graphic and shares how our biases and privileges might impact our activities such as reading, writing, researching, and even teaching our learners. Our roles as educators require us to be mindful of how we teach and engage with our learners and how we understand and interrogate the academic systems and processes that uphold power for those in the status quo.
Ray Pun (he/him) is a librarian at the Alder Graduate School of Education, a teacher residency program in California, where he is a solo librarian and an instructor for the MA Seminar Pathway Program. Pun holds a doctorate in education, an MLS, and an MA in East Asian studies.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
Kind regards,ACRL Contemplative Pedagogy Interest Group Leadership Team: Sarah Parramore, Paulina Rousseau, and Sharon Ladenson
225 N Michigan Ave, Suite 1300 | Chicago, IL | 60601 | USA
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