Lectures and Discussions
In recognition of Native American Heritage Month and Native Americans yesterday and today, Kyle T. Mays, a professor in the Department of African American Studies and American Indian Studies Center at UCLA, will deliver a lecture on "Indigenous Hip Hop and Decolonization."
In this series of lectures, with three more to come in the spring of 2019, Cal Lutheran professors explore what life was like a millennium ago, that is, in about 1000 CE.
The goal of this three-hour workshop is to inform administrators, special education teachers, and general education teachers about what the new California Dyslexia Guidelines entail, how they will be used to identify students with dyslexia, and how to plan for appropriate instructional supports to assist these students.
Peter Sposato, an assistant professor of history at Indiana University Kokomo, will present a talk that asks us to think differently about Italy in the late Middle Ages.
Are you unsure about what should be in your syllabus? Come to this workshop with two copies of your syllabus in hand (on paper), and learn about what should be in your syllabus, why it should be there. We will also walk you through some decisions you’ll have to make, such as the attendance policy, to help you find what works best for you and your class. If you attend the event, you will get an “It’s in the Syllabus!” T-shirt in the size of your choice! RSVP by Nov. 19 and get your T-shirt at the event! Space is limited.
Join us for fun games and activities for individuals who use letter boards and keyboards to communicate! Students and communication partners can practice their communication skills in a supportive environment.