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Anti-Racism WS #3 - Shared screen with speaker view
Tatiana Kuzmenko
40:45
I have to step out to another meeting and watch the rest through the recording. Thank you, Adam, this is so interesting
Dino Entac
01:08:00
Thanks for that example Adam!
Jenny Ferguson (she/her/hers)
01:09:06
Yes, thank you Adam!! We can learn. And it’s when someone makes the idea conscious like your students in the first example, or when we… find ways to reflect on the moment like in your Target example.
Michelle Yeung
01:11:07
Attributional Ambiguity - now I know the name for this! Thank you, Adam!
Jenny Ferguson (she/her/hers)
01:12:22
Thanks for sharing Michelle! <3
Jenny Ferguson (she/her/hers)
01:14:35
Thanks Layla! That’s such a big final question.
Dino Entac
01:14:53
Great question Layla! How do we work at equalizing within a zoom session?
Martina Ramirez (she/her)
01:15:39
Yes Layla...like multitasking to the max!
Jenny Ferguson (she/her/hers)
01:18:20
I also wonder Layla, if when you hit one of those moments in a Zoom class, are you able to stop, and talk your students through your moment? To model the work?
Kennedy Wheatley
01:19:39
Can you pls put the second scholar in the chat? :)
Jenny Ferguson (she/her/hers)
01:20:08
I’ve also told my students to be comfortable interrupting me when I mess up. I say “dude” or “guys” a lot. And that’s something that isn’t as gender-inclusive as I’d like, and so I admit this early, and ask students to keep me accountable. To this, and other stuff.
Layla Karst
01:23:51
Thanks for that, Adam! I inherited the title “American Catholicism,” but I’m reworking the material into a FYS for the spring and I’ve titled it “Bad Catholics” instead. It will be interesting to see if there are noticeable differences in what assumptions students express to me about the class.
Cynthia Becht (she/her)
01:24:23
I'm already hooked on that title, Layla.
Martina Ramirez (she/her)
01:24:58
Very cool course title :)
Layla Karst
01:26:57
Jennifer, this is a great idea. I try to do this myself, but I’m not great at it. I’m less comfortable in calling students out when they say these things, unless it is really egregious.
Jenny Ferguson (she/her/hers)
01:28:35
Adam: you can do that with your desktop background now. Make a collage and then use it.
Dino Entac
01:32:44
Another way of saying that 3rd point: pray to change our own implicit biases...
Layla Karst
01:33:22
Thanks, Adam
Lauren Casella
01:40:34
Thank you, Adam. Always a pleasure to learn from you
Jenny Ferguson (she/her/hers)
01:40:41
Thank you Adam!!
Michelle Yeung
01:43:50
Thanks Adam, and to everyone in this session - great information, and wonderful conversation.
Jenny Ferguson (she/her/hers)
01:44:10
You got this, Jordan!
Dino Entac
01:44:24
Thank you Adam for the session and for reminding us about what each of us can do!
Lauren Casella
01:46:20
Thanks again, Adam and All!
Cynthia Becht (she/her)
01:47:49
Thank you so much, Adam -- thank you, all, for sharing your stories.