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CPED Challenge Friday: "Pedagogical Challenges and Successes: Utilizing Justice Oriented and Transformative Learning Frameworks"
Friday, September 22, 2023, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT
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CPED Challenge Friday

Pedagogical Challenges and Successes: Utilizing Justice Oriented and Transformative Learning Frameworks

Date: Friday, September 22, 2023

Time: 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET

This session will explore how learning activities and assignments can be utilized to facilitate students’ understanding of justice and equity frameworks. How do doctoral students finally make the choice of what frameworks align with their problems of practice? Participants in this session will discuss what learning activities and assignments are meaningful in their own contexts. This is a Social Justice CIG sponsored session.



Christine Nganga 

Christine Nganga, Ed.D, is an Associate Professor of Educational Leadership at the George Washington University. Her teaching and research interests include leadership practice with a social justice and equity focus, narrative inquiry and mentoring theory and practice. Her current research mainly focuses on pedagogical processes for teaching for equity and social justice in leadership preparation.

Joy Howard

Joy Howard is an Associate Professor of Human Services at Western Carolina University. Joy is a Co-Chair of the Social Justice CIG for CPED. Her work focuses on leadership for constructing humanizing educational communities. She is especially interested in humanizing efforts of spacemaking, shared leadership, and beloved communities within a racist society.

Thomas Lee Morgan

Thomas Lee Morgan, Ph.D., is the Director for Inclusive Excellence Education and Assistant Professor in Educational Leadership at Sacred Heart University. As a critical scholar, he enacts a P-20 focus on equitable education through the lens of diversity and inclusion. He has experience as a teacher, school leader, and district leader in various settings, including in private, charter, and public schools at the elementary, middle, and high school levels across the United States.