TLISI 2022: Religious and Spiritual Diversity in the Classroom
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Our students hail from a wide variety of cultural, spiritual, and religious/non-religious backgrounds, and an inclusive classroom needs to actively welcome and make a home for that diversity. In this panel, clergy from Campus Ministry at Georgetown—Rabbi Gartner, Imam Hendi, and Brahmachari Sharan—will share their wisdom on this topic, rooted in both their relationships with Georgetown students and their own experiences and expertise. Above all, they'll talk about the ways in which a learning environment can be, depending on the actions of the instructor, alienating or truly inclusive for students of all religious identities. You'll also get the chance to wrestle with challenging hypothetical scenarios and generate solutions for your own (current or future) courses.
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