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Changes to Spring Academic Calendar Fordham is modifying its academic calendar in anticipation of a national resurgence of the COVID-19 pandemic this winter. Full Details

PFF Events

Due to Fordham halting in-person operations due to the COVID-19 outbreak, all events scheduled for the Spring 2020 semester are postponed until further notice. We hope to reschedule them for sometime in the Fall 2020 semester. Please check back for more details.

 

Spring 2020 Event Details

Navigating Instructor Identity
Friday, March 27, 2020  
12 – 2  p.m. 
Rose Hill Campus 
Keating Hall Room 313

This two-hour workshop will enable GSAS students to reflect on their identity and the role they play as instructor in when dealing with issues of diversity in the classroom.

The workshop will be led by Margo Jackson, Professor of Counseling and Counseling Psychology in Fordham’s Graduate School of Education. Dr. Jackson’s research focuses on the hidden biases and strengths of counselors, educators, and leaders. She will guide students through the difficulties of grappling with one’s identity while trying to teach a class, which often involves dealing with tense and contentious issues surrounding diversity in the classroom. You do not currently need to be teaching to participate in this seminar. All are welcome! 

This workshop will satisfy part of Core Competency 5 (Diversity in the Classroom) for the Preparing Future Faculty certificate.

 

Digital Methods and Learning Goals
Friday, April 15, 2020
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Rose Hill Campus
Hughes Hall Room 313

This two-hour workshop will encourage GSAS students to reflect on how digital pedagogy can be most effectively utilized to meet the learning objectives of their classes.  

The workshop will be led by Katherina Fostano, Visual Resources Curator  in the Art History department. Katherina will discuss different digital methodologies with students, lead them to reflect on what learning objectives they want their students to achieve in their classes, and help them match their learning objectives to the best digital method. This workshop requires no previous knowledge on digital pedagogy or digital humanities. All are welcome!  

This workshop will satisfy part of Core Competency 4 (Digital Pedagogy) for the Preparing Future Faculty certificate.