Articles Tagged: Inclusivity

Workshop: Interrupting Bias to Cultivate Inclusivity

Published: October 22, 2020

This workshop, facilitated by CAT and EPIC, explores how various forms of bias impact course design and class dynamics, and helps instructors develop knowledge and skills for interrupting bias and managing hot moments in the classroom. Participants will practice recognizing intent versus impact, as well as a variety of concrete tools for troubleshooting friction in…

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Workshop: Foundations for Equitable & Inclusive Teaching

Published: October 16, 2020

Examining one’s own social identity development lays groundwork for authentically preparing to teach equitably and inclusively. Through guided self-reflection and group activities, we will explore how our identities impact our roles as educators and examine ways that social identity threat and other forms of bias negatively impact students. This workshop focuses on creating space for…

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Ready, Set, Teach! Leaning Into Remote Teaching

Published: September 29, 2020

Ready, Set, Teach! is an annual gathering for faculty, graduate student instructors, and undergraduate students that aims to foster a community around teaching and learning in the humanities, to energize instructors for the new school year, and to highlight student learning experiences.   TUESDAY, SEPT. 29, 11:00AM-12:30PM Roundtables on Equitable Remote Teaching Inclusive Student Engagement…

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“Realizing a More Inclusive Pedagogy 2.0: Race, Identity, and Engagement in a Diverse College Classroom” with Frank Tuitt

Published: November 21, 2019

This interactive session will examine theories/concepts that are both relevant and practical with regard to creating inclusive learning environments for all students. Specific session objectives include: 1) to help participants enhance their understanding of how personal identity characteristics can influence teaching and learning in racially diverse classrooms. 2) To identify a range of teaching-learning strategies…

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