Schedule of Lectures Date Theme Contents
10/5 & 10/6 Gender Selection Would you choose the gender of your child? What are the pressures to choose a specific gender?
What might the expectation of the grandparents be?
11/9 & 11/10 Intersectionality How do I learn about the biases I might have? Do my biases have anything in common? How can I decrease or eliminate these biases?
12/7 & 12/8 Abortion & Euthanasia When does life begin? When does life end?
What is the role of gender stereotypes?
1/4/24 & 25 Outer Beauty More specifiPlastic Sugery in South Korea 16th century and Peter Paul Rubens to the present. Technology: photoshop to DALL-E
2/1 & 2/2 Inner Beauty Dove Experiment: Which door would you walk through? Lizzie Valasquez: "The Ugliest Women in the World" ? What is the significance of Pharell's "Happy" Music Video? Behavioral Objectives A student will be able to: 1. perform stakeholder analysis 2. brainstorm according to the 6 Silicon Valley rules of brainstorming 3. develop unique brainstorming rules for multicultural, multilingual brainstorming 4. recognize and determine where to stop on a "slippery slope" 5. recognize and differentiate between emotion and logic 6. distinguish between "process" and "results"
7. recognize the role of nuance in Objectives #4 #5 & #6 Grading Criteria Grade will be determined by: 40% Class Participation (includes having camera "on" during class) 30% Class Attendance 30% Examinations