This session will highlight two innovative models of collaborative teaching that seek to honor diverse forms of knowledge and create an expansive classroom where students are exposed to issues in their real world complexity. Phil Sandro of HECUA and Julia Dinsmore will discuss their experience collaborating in an experiential urban studies program, and Anita Chikkatur and Amy Sillanpa will discuss the Critical Conversations course at Carleton.
Phil Sandro, Professor and Program Director of the Inequality in America Program at the Higher Education Consortium for Urban Affairs
Julia Dinsmore, Minnesota poet, singer, and educator
Anita Chikkatur, Associate Professor of Educational Studies
Amy Sillanpa, Assist. Dean of Students and Director of Community Standards