Invitation to collegial discussion: Puzzling incidents in teaching


Which topics could be considered as difficult and sensitive to deal with in your field? How can teachers learn from situations that occur, and be better prepared in the future? What can teachers do to promote an inclusive and accessible learning environment for all students? In what way could puzzling incidents be a point of departure for teachers to learn from each other within, and beyond, our own disciplines? What legal framework applies? How does academic freedom relate to freedom of speech and what are the limits of this freedom?

Small group discussions will be introduced by two teachers, who will share some concrete examples and perspectives from their own teaching.

Teachers and administrative staff, such as study advisors, are invited to the opportunity to exchange ideas and reflect together with colleagues across the university.

Time and place: 6 December 2022, 2-4 pm, University Main Building, Lecture Hall IV

Please sign up by 29 November (the number of participants is limited)

The discussion will be held in English. It is organised by Vice-Rector Tora Holmberg.

Invitation (pdf)

Last modified: 2022-04-07