Paper Title

Intersectional Action-Learning: A Framework for Queer Capacity Building

Panel

Feminist Pedagogy

Location

Room 220, DiGiorgio Campus Center (DiGs)

Start Date

2-4-2016 2:00 PM

End Date

2-4-2016 3:15 PM

Keywords

Peace and Conflict Studies, Action-Learning, Community, LGBTQ, Leadership

Abstract

Valuable as an organizing tool for faculty members, administrative professionals, student organizations, service-learning classes, and beyond academia, the implementation of action-learning communities poses opportunities to maximize collaborative learning, participatory buy-in, and capacity within communities and teams. This panel serves to describe a framework for an intersectional action-learning project cycle and to capture how it can be used to create sustainable community-partnerships both within and outside of higher education settings. The panel participants will model the action-learning project cycle process by identifying how it can be used to create an action-learning community around LGBTQ identities and leadership in Greensboro, North Carolina.

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Apr 2nd, 2:00 PM Apr 2nd, 3:15 PM

Intersectional Action-Learning: A Framework for Queer Capacity Building

Room 220, DiGiorgio Campus Center (DiGs)

Valuable as an organizing tool for faculty members, administrative professionals, student organizations, service-learning classes, and beyond academia, the implementation of action-learning communities poses opportunities to maximize collaborative learning, participatory buy-in, and capacity within communities and teams. This panel serves to describe a framework for an intersectional action-learning project cycle and to capture how it can be used to create sustainable community-partnerships both within and outside of higher education settings. The panel participants will model the action-learning project cycle process by identifying how it can be used to create an action-learning community around LGBTQ identities and leadership in Greensboro, North Carolina.