Learning Sciences Lunch and Learn: Reading and Discussion Session

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Connect with colleagues during this in-person reading and discussion at the GSE (Room 124). Pizza will be provided! Can’t attend in person? Join us remotely via Zoom!

Please join us for a discussion of “Do Squirrels Eat Hamburgers? Intellectual Empathy as a Remedy for Residual Prejudice” by Maureen Linker. Be sure to read the article prior to the meeting and come prepared to discuss! 

The main purposes of the session are to: 

  1. Discuss Maureen Linker’s article on intellectual empathy and social identity theory.
  2. Ask questions about the article and topic as a whole. Please use this document to log your reactions to the reading and questions about the article.
  3. Consider how this article relates to other research in the field, including your own research.

Required Reading:

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