Share Paper: Leveraging Student Choice for Challenging Conversations: (A)Synchronous Systemic Problems of Practice

  1. Lara Ervin-Kassab, San Jose State University, United States

Abstract: A convergence of factors during the spring and summer of 2020 led the researcher to rethink the indirect approach to anti-racist and socially just practices in her classroom management course. The movement from face-to-face into an online setting forced me to re-think the course, and look for opportunities in which I (a white cis-female academic) could apply Arellano, CintrĂ³n, Flores, and Berta-Avila's topics and frameworks (2016) to "name and interrogate" systemic problems of practice (sPoPs) that haunt the United States' educational system. This roundtable is intended to provide a space for conversation around using student-chosen response modalities (synchronous or asynchronous) ...