Create a PowerPoint where you explore that week’s materials through your own unique perspective. You will also pose questions to the class and lead a discussion. You are welcomed to compare and contrast the readings, challenge the ideas being presented, and analyze the assigned material though your own identities, experiences, and sociocultural backgrounds.
Your voice, your thoughts, and your ideas are central to the learning experience and through the roundtable discussion you will not only express them but inspire your peers to view what is being learned through multiple lens and collaborative dialogue. Each Roundtable Presentation should have a minimum of 10 slides and 5 questions.