BEGIN:VCALENDAR PRODID:-//Centre for Learning and Teaching//Events Calendar//EN VERSION:2.0 CALSCALE:GREGORIAN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20190627T021951Z DTSTART:20180314T163000Z DTEND:20180314T180000Z SUMMARY:Exploring one’s identity as an educator: How does who we are affect what we do in our classrooms? DESCRIPTION:Facilitators\nTerrilyn Chiasson\, Program manager – Professional & Research Education Program (PREP)\nFaculty of Medicine\nDr. Jill McSweeney\, Educational Developer\nCentre for Learning and Teaching\nAbstract\nOur personal identities are an accumulation of our gender\, race\, culture\, age\, and lived experiences\, and influence our daily behaviours and social interactions. So how does our personal identity translate into how and what we teach? How does our identity change and evolve as we develop as teachers? And how does our personal identity shape our identity as a teacher? This workshop will explore how our personal and teaching identities interacts with each other\, our teaching\, and student learning.\nRegister\n\nCost: Free\n\nContact Information: Michelle Soucy\nCommunications and Event Planning Officer\nCentre for Learning and Teaching\nTel: (902) 494-6641\nEmail: LOCATION:Halifax: Killam Library\, Room B400\nTruro (via video-conference): Cox 211 URL: UID: END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR