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Saturday, October 2 • 10:40am - 11:00am
Feminist Educational Practices in/post Pandemic Classrooms

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The impact of the pandemic has given educators an opportunity to re-think educational strategies and the traces of pre-existing inequities within academia. In this session, faculty in  will learn specific Feminist educational practices which can steady educators in this transitory time as Feminist theory historically values and utilizes unease, flexibility, multiplicity, and self-reflection.  All faculty - regardless of and because of their gender, race, age, sexual orientation, and social class- will benefit from Feminist educational strategies as they offer helpful ways into learning and teaching.  Moreover, these theories and techniques build upon the adaptable, inclusive, and reflexive methods practiced as necessity within the constraints of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Laura Farquhar

Academic Committee, PDGIA
I am passionate, motivated and ready to inspire excellence!I enjoy developing leaders, and facilitating learning opportunities in the Academic, Tourism and Hospitality sectors.With my husband, we own and operate Farquhar Consultants https://www.farquharconsultants.com/. Together we... Read More →

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Amy Bagshaw

Faculty, Yorkville University
Amy Bagshaw is a Visual Artist with close to twenty years of experience teaching in various post-secondary institutions in North America. She has earned an MFA and Graduate Women’s Studies Certification from Stony Brook University, NY, and a B.Ed. from the University of Toronto... Read More →

Saturday October 2, 2021 10:40am - 11:00am PDT
Zoom Session 9