Nuts & Bolts Webinar on Innovative Pedagogies: Pedagogy of Hope

BranchED Nuts & Bolts Webinar: Pedagogy of Hope with Dr. Tiffany D. Pogue.

When: Nov 3, 2021 | 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm CT

Presenter: Dr. Tiffany D. Pogue, Associate Professor of Teacher Education, Interim Director of First Year Experience, and Program Coordinator of Education Foundations at Albany State University

Abstract: The 2021-2022 Innovative Pedagogies Webinar Series will inspire participants to think about educational practice through lenses which center and humanize historically excluded learners. Our hope is that participants will walk away with an invigorated teaching philosophy and toolkits that revolutionize their practice. This webinar features Dr. Tiffany D. Pogue, who will discuss a pedagogy of hope, a Freirian critical approach to teaching based on a need for hope and a desire to confront forces of domination.

Audience: teacher education faculty, leadership, district personnel, in-service teachers and teacher candidates

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Innovative Pedagogies: Pedagogy of Hope

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Speakers:
Dr. Tiffany D. Pogue
Dr. Tiffany D. Pogue
Dr. Tiffany D. Pogue
Associate Professor of Teacher Education, Interim Director of First Year Experience, and Program Coordinator of Education Foundations at Albany State University
Tiffany D. Pogue (she/her/hers) is an Associate Professor of Teacher Education, Interim Director of First Year Experience, and Program Coordinator of Education Foundations at Albany State University. Her research interests include Black Educational History and Philosophy, Black Literacy Traditions, and Community-School Engagement.  Tiffany believes that through a critical exploration and examination of history, scholars and activists can collaboratively craft a narrative of hope, and plans for, the improvement of society. Her current work examines the role of Black women’s literacy in the practices of Black spirituality, Black educational activism, and Black cultural preservation. 

Date

Nov 03 2021

Time

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Event Type
Dr. Tiffany D. Pogue

About the Speaker

Dr. Tiffany D. Pogue
Website
https://www.asurams.edu/

Tiffany D. Pogue (she/her/hers) is an Associate Professor of Teacher Education, Interim Director of First Year Experience, and Program Coordinator of Education Foundations at Albany State University. Her research interests include Black Educational History and Philosophy, Black Literacy Traditions, and Community-School Engagement.  Tiffany believes that through a critical exploration and examination of history, scholars and activists can collaboratively craft a narrative of hope, and plans for, the improvement of society. Her current work examines the role of Black women’s literacy in the practices of Black spirituality, Black educational activism, and Black cultural preservation.

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