Chieftess Olufemi Yeshua EL’s Profile

Faculty
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Chieftess Olufemi Yeshua EL
Title
Pronouns
She, Her
Office Location
S-615
About Me
I prefer to be called Chieftess Olufemi, my indigenous name. I am an infant/toddler specialist. Facilitate workshops for families and co-facilitate PD for educators and others working with young children. I am a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Strategist. Outside of that I enjoy road trips, dancing and spending time with family.
Academic Interests
Brain development, early childhood education, history from a non Eurocentric perspective.
Department
Teacher Education
Academic Program
Childhood Education, A.A.

Courses

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Communities

Training for Teaching FYE

Training for Teaching FYE

A virtual learning community for faculty who applied and were accepted to participate in FYE Training.

First Year Experience (FYE) Teaching Resources for Faculty

First Year Experience (FYE) Teaching Resources for Faculty

How can we contribute to student success–success not only academic, but also emotional and social–during their time at BMCC? Students’ first year experience is especially important in developing and nourishing their sense of purpose and belonging, their love of learning, access to services and resources, as well as students’ exploration of career paths and citizenship. This is the goal of FYE-embedded courses, and here is a resource site with relevant materials for faculty. We welcome contributions.

Summer 2022 Anti-racist Pedagogy Seminar: Transforming the Classroom

Summer 2022 Anti-racist Pedagogy Seminar: Transforming the Classroom

The Anti-racist Pedagogy Project is committed to increasing faculty and staff knowledge and awareness of the issues of overt, systemic and institutional racism, implicit bias and microaggressions and supporting the awareness and implementation of anti-racist pedagogical practices across disciplines at BMCC.

Projects

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