Fall 2021: As we continue to grapple with how to create diverse, inclusive, and equitable classrooms, this series of Lightning Talks by faculty will provide examples of how a social justice lens can transform our teaching practices.

Faculty Voice

Justice Oriented Solidarity

Davena Jackson  Assistant Professor, Teaching Learning School BU Wheelock College of Education & Human Development

Fall 2021: As we continue to grapple with how to create diverse, inclusive, and equitable classrooms, this series of Lightning Talks by faculty will provide examples of how a social justice lens can transform our teaching practices.

Faculty Voice

Land Acknowledgements: Why and How

Ty Furman Managing Director BU Arts Initiative

Fall 2021: As we continue to grapple with how to create diverse, inclusive, and equitable classrooms, this series of Lightning Talks by faculty will provide examples of how a social justice lens can transform our teaching practices.

Faculty Voice

Prioritizing Community Partnerships Can Naturally Create A Social Justice Lens

Kaytlin Eldred Lecturer, Department of Health Services BU College of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences: Sargent College

Spring 2021: As we continue to grapple with how to create diverse, inclusive, and equitable classrooms, this series of Lightning Talks by faculty will provide examples of how a social justice lens can transform our teaching practices.

Faculty Voice

Bringing Lessons Learned from Prison to Campus

André de Quadros Professor of Music, Music Education BU College of Fine Arts

Fall 2021: Engaging and creative learning environment are often supported by a range of educational technology tools. In this series of Lightning Talks, faculty highlight different tools and assignments that help them connect with and engage students in and out of class.

Faculty Voice

Using Padlet for Synchronous and Asynchronous Engagement

Kate Lakin-Schultz Senior Lecturer in French BU College of Arts & Sciences

Fall 2021: As we continue to grapple with how to create diverse, inclusive, and equitable classrooms, this series of Lightning Talks by faculty will provide examples of how a social justice lens can transform our teaching practices.

Faculty Voice

Teaching within a Social Justice Framework: Ferguson is Everywhere

Phillipe Copeland Clinical Assistant Professor BU School of Social Work

Fall 2021: Engaging and creative learning environment are often supported by a range of educational technology tools. In this series of Lightning Talks, faculty highlight different tools and assignments that help them connect with and engage students in and out of class.

Faculty Voice

Introduction to Perusall: Engaging Students through Social Annotation

Catherine Mazur-Jefferies BU Global Programs

Spring 2021: Engaging and creative learning environment are often supported by a range of educational technology tools. In this series of Lightning Talks, faculty highlight different tools and assignments that help them connect with and engage students in and out of class.

Faculty Voice

Using Yellowdig to Extend and Deepen Classroom Discussions

Frederic Brunell Associate Dean, Undergraduate Program, Associate Professor, Marketing BU Questrom School of Business