Workshop: What I Wish I Had Said: Basic Bystander Intervention Skills

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Date/Time:Wednesday, 28 Mar 2018 from 12:10 pm to 1:30 pm
Location:2030 Morrill Hall
Channel:Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching
Categories:Training, development
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Have you found yourself in situation where communication is breaking down and you're not sure how to intervene? Do you know how each person contributes to the situation, and how we ourselves can own who we are? What skills can you draw upon to fight personal paralysis during conflict?

Lora-Leigh Chrystal and Janice Crow, Program for Women in Science & Engineering, will teach you the basic skills every bystander needs to know to intervene and reframe conversations onto more productive tracks. Participants in this session will be challenged with a series of practice scenarios and learn a variety of responses. Gender, race, and cultural identities influencing various contexts including casual hallway/water cooler conversations, learning spaces such as classrooms/laboratories, and small group interactions such as committee and faculty meetings will be discussed.

*How to Register*

1. Visit the Learn@ISU website:*
2. Login with your Net-ID (username) and password (upper right corner)
3. Locate the Keyword search box (upper left section) > Input "CELT" > Click Search
4. Locate the program > Click List Events next to the appropriate cohort/program
5. Click Enroll - a pop-up window will appear
6. Click Register
7. You will receive an email with the subject: Enrollment Confirmation

Or if you would prefer:
Call CELT at 515-294-5357 / email & specify: event title, date, name, department & email

This event is coordinated by The Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching