INVS4919: Teaching Social Justice
INVS4919: Teaching Social Justice is a course designed for students who have completed two semesters of Public Achievment at CU Boulder through the EDUC2919 course. INVS4919 is comprised of students who are accepted into a cohort of Teaching Assistants and continue to lead in the Public Achievment program and course. Students further explore the role that education and youth play in addressing social justice issues. INVS4919 students investigate progressive pedagogical and community organizing strategies to encourage higher levels of critical analysis and creativity among their CU peers and k-12 students. The "Teaching Social Justice" course is part of CU's Public Achievement program trajectory; INVS4919 students serve as mentors to EDUC 2919 students, advance the mission of Public Achievement, and ensure the quality of culturally relevant civic engagement on campus and in our partner schools. If you are interested in joining our 2021-22 cohort of Teaching Assistants for Fall 2021 please contact Soraya.Latiff@colorado.edu for an application. We will begin interviewing to form our cohort in February 2021!