Dead Ideas in Teaching and Learning
Dead Ideas About Anti-Racist Pedagogy with Frank Tuitt
What is anti-racist pedagogy and how is it different than inclusive teaching? Is it a new pedagogy? How can instructors enact anti-racist practices in the classroom, and what structural changes should universities make to support these efforts? In today’s episode, Frank Tuitt, Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer, Professor of Higher Education and Student Affairs at the University of Connecticut, helps us answer these questions. Dr. Tuitt also shares his own journey in the work of anti-racist pedagogy, as well as the dead ideas he has encountered along the way, and what keeps him inspired and motivated to believe in the possibility of change.
- Race, Equity, and the Learning Environment (2016). Edited by Frank Tuitt, Chayla Haynes, and Saran Stewart
- “Anti-Racist Pedagogy in Action: First Steps”. Resource from the Columbia CTL.
Transcript available at ctl.columbia.edu/podcast