Talk Story Sessions
One of the pillars of life in Hawai'i is 'talking story,' when you gather with a group of people and pass time by chatting about a host of different topics and exchanging stories. HSA is creating a semesterly talk story space for sociologists on- and off-island to gather, swap tales, and get to know each other. Please see information on the planned events below, and join us!
A Teaching Talk Story
September 16, 2022
Noon - 1pm HST
With recent policy changes by local education administrators, many of us find ourselves transitioning from the virtual classroom to the in-person space. To help with this change back to "normal," Hawai'i Sociological Association will be holding A Teaching Talk Story, where we will gather to share and learn practical pedagogical tools.
Our speakers and topics include:
Student Reading Hacks,
by Dr. Colleen Rost-Banik (UH system)
Exit Passes and Anonymous Feedback,
by Dr. Hannah Liebreich (Coastal Carolina University)
Teaching Race and Racism in Everyday Language,
by Omar Bird, ABD (UH Manoa)
Anonymous, Patterned Icebreakers,
by Dr. Xóchitl Mota-Back (UH West Oahu)
Want to join? Please RSVP to HawaiiSociologicalAssociation@gmail.com
We look forward to seeing you!