CETL Book Club on Stereotype Threats - "Whistling Vivaldi" Concludes April 29 - Apr 1, 2013 - Apr 29, 2013 - Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning - UW-Superior News and Events

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CETL Book Club on Stereotype Threats - "Whistling Vivaldi" Concludes April 29

When: Apr 1, 2013 to Apr 29, 2013
On Monday, April 1, six staff and faculty met for the initial conversation on issues of stereotyping and inclusive excellence. Concluding sessions will meet from 4:00 - 5:30 p.m. on April 22 and April 29 in the CETL Seminar Room - Swenson 2074.
Eri Fujieda (Social Inquiry and Assessment Office) and Mary Lee-Nichols (Educational Leadership) are co-facilitating the book club.  Other members includeMaria Cuzzo (Human Behavior, Justice and Diversity; and CETL), Carol Knoble (International Programs), Olivia Seifert (Educational Leadership), and Emily Levings (CETL),


Whistling Vivaldi: 

How Stereotypes Affect Us and What We Can Do

(Issues of Our Times)

 by Claude Steele
W. W. Norton & Company, April 2011

Claude Steele is currently the I. James Quillen Dean for the School of Education at Stanford University. William Bowen wrote "this is an intellectual odyssey of the first order--- a true tour de force." The UW System Office of Professional Instructional Development (OPID) is encouraging each campus to offer a book club on this famous book to promote sensitive and serious dialogue about stereotype bias regarding our students---the set of expectations or assumptions we may have about our students and how those pervasive stereotypes can influence behavior and performance of both teacher and student. For those interested in inclusive excellence issues, this will be a great book club!

Each CETL Book Club member receives a complimentary copy of the featured book as well as engaging conversation with other interested colleagues. All educators, faculty and staff of all ranks, are welcome and encouraged to join a book club.

CETL requests that each member attend all scheduled meetings for the book club. At the conclusion of the book club, their reflections on the value of the book, as well as the book club experience, will be shared in the upcoming issue of the CETL Connections Newsletter.

Event Contact: Emily Levings | 715-394-8548 | elevings{atuws}
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