Civil Dialogue as a Classroom Management Strategy: Academic Impressions Watch Party

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Wednesday, March 31
10:30 a.m.-12 p.m.

In this 90-minute session, we will watch “Civil Dialogue as a Classroom Management Strategy.” This video will cover the importance of “encouraging free speech within the parameters of learning, civility, and inclusivity as a proactive means to furthering critical conversations on your campus.”

Dr. Kristen McCauliff, associate provost for faculty affairs and professional development, will share insights on civic rhetoric and dialogue and answer questions in our Zoom session. Her recent publication is Listening to Women on the Right: Communication Strategies of Today’s Female Republican Politicians.

During this session, you will:
  • Explore dialogue frameworks and tools to incorporate into your classroom management strategy.
  • Recognize and describe what civility looks like in the classroom context.
  • Recognize strategies to encourage meaningful dialogue.
To review the video on the Academic Impressions website before the meeting, log in with your Ball State credentials and then click here.

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