This roundtable will provide participants with an opportunity to reflect on the topic of critical pedagogy as it relates to their teaching and learning. In advance of the roundtable, participants will read 2–3 sources and facilitators will circulate a survey asking participants why they are attending the roundtable and what they hope to gain. Participants will also be asked to contribute to a Quercus discussion board, posting questions and comments to guide the in-session conversation. During the roundtable session, participants and facilitators will discuss the readings using discussion prompts and draw connections between the readings, their own teaching experiences, and the larger thematic topic. The session will use a combination of large group discussion, shareable documents, and breakout rooms to address questions and considerations introduced by participants on Quercus as well as throughout the live session.