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Monday, June 1, 2015

Pedagogical & Curricular Issues of Diversity (D1) Courses

Time: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Location: Register for location
Description: Pedagogical & Curricular Issues of Diversity (D1) Courses

University level diversity courses can present a unique set of challenges for faculty regarding both curriculum and pedagogy. This session will enhance our understanding of cultural identities and their influence on teaching and learning, expand knowledge of culturally responsive teaching and explore instructional strategies important for multicultural educators.

This highly interactive workshop will cover six key topics:
- Defining the Goals/Objectives for Culturally Responsive Education,
- Seven Key Social Skills,
- Understanding & Working with Bias,
- Teaching Constructivist Listening,
- Aspects of Cultural/Global Skills, and
- Characteristics of a Culturally Responsive Classroom.

Register online at www.regonline.com/ccp_bill

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Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Emotional Intelligence & Diversity

Time: 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Location: Register for location
Description: Emotional Intelligence & Diversity with Dr. Lee Gardenswartz & Dr. Anita Rowe

Join Drs. Gardenswartz and Rowe, partners in Gardenswartz & Rowe, a nationally-renowned diversity training and consulting firm, for an engaging full-day workshop.

Developing the capacity to understand and manage feelings and deal effectively with others is a critical competence in today’s diverse workplace. Our Emotional Intelligence and Diversity model offers a systematic approach for helping legitimize, acknowledge and use the power of emotions as a source of energy for doing both the right and the smart thing.

In this workshop you will challenge yourself to understand the why behind strong responses to certain behavior; learn how to respond with empathy, rather than judgment; and gain the ability to make connections in order to have more effective outcomes. You will expand your repertoire of approaches and style shifting to communicate with a variety of different people. And you will find ways beyond the “more and louder” approach to present ideas, make proposals, give feedback and engage others. Your stress level will diminish as you find more success in communicating across differences and creating environments of inclusion.

Register Online: www.regonline.com/ccp_eidi

$50 for current UVM faculty, staff and graduate students | $80 for the general public
Lunch & materials included in registration fee

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Thursday, June 4, 2015

Emotional Intelligence & Diversity

Time: 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Location: Register for location
Description: Emotional Intelligence & Diversity with Dr. Lee Gardenswartz & Dr. Anita Rowe

Join Drs. Gardenswartz and Rowe, partners in Gardenswartz & Rowe, a nationally-renowned diversity training and consulting firm, for an engaging full-day workshop.

Developing the capacity to understand and manage feelings and deal effectively with others is a critical competence in today’s diverse workplace. Our Emotional Intelligence and Diversity model offers a systematic approach for helping legitimize, acknowledge and use the power of emotions as a source of energy for doing both the right and the smart thing.

In this workshop you will challenge yourself to understand the why behind strong responses to certain behavior; learn how to respond with empathy, rather than judgment; and gain the ability to make connections in order to have more effective outcomes. You will expand your repertoire of approaches and style shifting to communicate with a variety of different people. And you will find ways beyond the “more and louder” approach to present ideas, make proposals, give feedback and engage others. Your stress level will diminish as you find more success in communicating across differences and creating environments of inclusion.

Register Online: www.regonline.com/ccp_eidi

$50 for current UVM faculty, staff and graduate students | $80 for the general public
Lunch & materials included in registration fee

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Monday, December 28, 2015

Winter Break

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Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Winter Break

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Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Winter Break

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