The Dialogue Facilitation Lab is a professional learning seminar for teaching and professional faculty, staff, and graduate assistants looking to integrate critical dialogue facilitation skills into their daily practice.
In its second year, the Dialogue Facilitation Lab (formerly known as the Social Justice in Practice Seminar) welcomes practitioners of all skill and experience levels to explore the philosophy and techniques of critical dialogue facilitation and the potential for implementation in teaching, leadership, research, and service work.
Each cohort consists of 12-16 participants that include perspectives from diverse roles and disciplines.
The program consists of a 2-day intensive orientation on December 6 and 7, 2018, followed by weekly two-hour sessions during winter term 2019.
The application period for the 2018-19 Dialogue Facilitation Lab has closed.
The Dialogue Facilitation Lab consists of the following elements:
In weekly meetings, participants will have the opportunity to practice utilizing the techniques of critical dialogue facilitation.
The Dialogue Facilitation Lab aims to:
As a result of the Dialogue Facilitation Lab, we hope participants will, demonstrate facilitation competencies, related to: