Creative Inquiry for Classrooms, Communities, and Social Movements

Urban Education, Psychology, and the Public Science Project have joined forces to create an interdiscinplinary workshop in urban education, focused on diversity, equity, and social justice. The goal of this three-part series workshop is to develop non-traditional strategies to better understand students beyond the walls of the classroom.

Teachers will receive 6 hours of CTLE credits per workshop and lunch is provided!

Ask your principal to sponsor your registration. Register here for any one session or register for all at once, only 25 seats are open in each workshop.

Below is a brief description of each workshop.

Workshop 1 Collaborative Seeing: Adapting Photo-Voice
Workshop 2 Critical Participatory Action Research as Public Science
Workshop 3 Psychological Dis-ease Swelling in Contentious Times

Sponsors


This program is offered in partnership by the Office of Academic Initiatives and Strategic Innovation at The Graduate Center, CUNY.