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In the midst of an increasingly intense and complex dialogue on immigration and refugees, it is more important than ever to understand the distinctions between these populations and why and how they might seek refuge in the United States. It is also important that as language teachers, we consider ways to effectively support and teach students who are refugees and immigrants.
This workshop for first-year TESOL students will focus on the immigration and resettlement process, as well as practical teaching considerations.
This workshop will be an opportunity for us to discuss how we combat racist ideologies and advocate for our identities when dating across cultural, racial, and identity group boundaries. We will also discuss global beauty standards through the concepts of colorism, fetishization, and common sexual stereotypes to gain increased awareness of the sources of our aesthetic standards and work toward decolonizing our standards of beauty.
Faciliators: Ayoung Lee (M.S.Ed '14) and Lauren Scicluna (M.S.Ed '16)
The Penn GSE Career and Professional Development and Alumni Relations teams invite you to celebrate National Career Development Day with us on Wednesday, November 15.
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. | Drop-in Hours
Penn GSE Student Lounge (1st Floor of 3700 Walnut Street)
Come celebrate the fall season with Penn GSE! From 4:00pm - 6:00pm, we will have pumpkins, hot apple cider, hot choclate, apple cider donuts, and more! Stop by and enjoy the fall season at the GSE Courtyard. No RSVP required. First come, first served.
At this workshop, M.S. Ed. ICC peer advisors will introduce the ICC Internship Proposal and preview how it connects with the EDUC 845: Microethnography course. First-year ICC students are strongly encouraged to attend.