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PD 538 – Get Feedback on Your Diversity-Related Lesson Plans

Are you interested in improving your instruction around issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion? Do you have an activity that you want to test out? Do you want to practice leading a discussion on a controversial topic? Do you want to brainstorm about how to address a topic in your course? Bring your lesson/discussion to…

PD 6699 – Mindful versus Mind Full

Mindful vs. Mind Full: Balancing classes, work, and personal life can be overwhelming. This workshop is designed to help you find a moment or two every day to practice mindfulness and get some relief from everyday stressors. Date: Thursday, April 7th, 2022 Time: 5:00 - 6:00 PM Location: Online (https://ncsu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0scuivqz4uE9Lr5BULkcqk8_BLLFx7u7zL) Audience: CED undergraduate and graduate…

PD 6694 – Supporting Students with Autism

Dr. Jamie Pearson will discuss how students can support students with autism and the importance of understanding the needs of those students in the classroom. Date: Wednesday, April 13th, 2022 Time: 4:00 - 5:00 PM Location: ZOOM Audience: Undergraduate Students Contact: Kayla Baker (Ikjbaker3@ncsu.edu) Credit: 0.5

PD 736 – My Studying Abroud Experience

Come learn about different study abroad stories as the Global Educators host two panelists of study abroad returnees. Come hear about students' perspectives from different backgrounds and learn about barriers that might have existed when applying and while abroad. Date: Wednesday, April 21st, 2022 Time: 6:00 - 7:00 Pm Location: Poe Hall, Room 512 Audience:…

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PD 538 – Get Feedback on Your Diversity-Related Lesson Plans

Are you interested in improving your instruction around issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion? Do you have an activity that you want to test out? Do you want to practice leading a discussion on a controversial topic? Do you want to brainstorm about how to address a topic in your course? Bring your lesson/discussion to…

PD 735 – Study Abroad in Italy: Lorenzo de’ Medici (LDM)

Come learn about your study abroad options for the semester or summer at Lorenzo de’ Medici in Florence, Italy. We will have a guest speaker from LDM, and they will be joining us in-person in Poe 512. Date: Thursday, April 14th, 2022 TIme: 3:00 - 4:00 PM Location: Poe Hall, room 512 and ZOOM Audience:…

PD 737 – Education in Finland and South Africa

Join us as we learn about the education in Finland and South Africa from Dr. Angela Wiseman and explore your study/teach abroad opportunities we are planning for in these countries for Spring 2023 and beyond. Date: Tuesday, April 19th, 2022 Time: 5:00 - 6:00 PM Location: Poe Hall 512 Audience: Undergraduate Students Contact: Ajaya Jonas…

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PD 538 – Get Feedback on Your Diversity-Related Lesson Plans

Are you interested in improving your instruction around issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion? Do you have an activity that you want to test out? Do you want to practice leading a discussion on a controversial topic? Do you want to brainstorm about how to address a topic in your course? Bring your lesson/discussion to…

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PD 538 – Get Feedback on Your Diversity-Related Lesson Plans

Are you interested in improving your instruction around issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion? Do you have an activity that you want to test out? Do you want to practice leading a discussion on a controversial topic? Do you want to brainstorm about how to address a topic in your course? Bring your lesson/discussion to…

PD 586 – Teaching and Telling Asian American Stories Virtual Symposium

While Asian American Studies has existed as an academic field in higher education for more than 40 years, this field is less emphasized in PK-12 curricula. Teaching and Telling Asian American Stories is a symposium for PK-12 teachers who love storytelling, especially stories from lesser-known Asian American communities. Recent legislation in Illinois and New Jersey…