Social Work Teaching Club with Bryan Victor and Amy Krings
Detroit, MI 48202
The School of Social Work is pleased to offer the Teaching Club for full and part time SSW faculty who wish to engage in the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) and scholarship of technology enhanced learning (SoTEL) to advance anti-oppressive, inclusive teaching in a sustained way.
On October 23, 2023, Bryan Victor and Amy Krings will co-present The Equiticity Racial Justice Movement framework: Supporting students to discern their approach to social change. This will be a facilitated discussion of the Equiticity Racial Justice Movement framework that is presented in a recently published article from the Journal of Policy Practice and Research. Lead author Amy Krings will provide an overview of the framework, along with examples of how she’s used this in her own teaching.
Referencing article: Krings, A., D’Angelo, K., Ivery, J. et al. Building or Burning: Critical Reflections on Social and Political Change. J of Pol Practice & Research 4, 5–10 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1007/s42972-023-00079-4
Prework: Read the scheduled article(s) to join a robust discussion.
Location: This event is held in a hyflex format in the School of Social Work #233 Conference Room and via Teams (click here to join the Teams session or you may join directly from the Teams channel)
All sessions are scheduled in October, November, February, and March on the fourth Monday from 12pm-1pm. We look forward to what we will learn together!