Events Tagged: inclusive

The following events are endorsement-eligible experiences for the Inclusive Teaching Endorsement.

 

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February 16, 2023

In this workshop, the Writing Across the Curriculum program will share some critical perspectives on race, writing, and assessment. Participants will be guided through an exploration of a range of strategies they can use in their teaching that provides opportunities to involve students in the process of assessing learning through...

February 21, 2023

This event is for Graduate Students only.

In this workshop, participants will learn about the principles of inclusive grading. They will explore rubrics as a tool to make course assignments more transparent, effective, and inclusive. We will compare strengths and weaknesses of several types of rubrics, and participants will practice writing...

March 7, 2023

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a set of principles for designing curriculum that aims to provide all individuals with equal learning opportunities, regardless of (dis)ability, gender, age, or cultural background. UDL encourages educators to undertake the design process by expecting the curriculum to be accessed by diverse learners with...

March 21, 2023

This event is for Graduate Students only.

In order to facilitate more inclusive learning environments for our students, participants will learn how to implement discussion guidelines to prevent microaggressions and stereotype threat in the classroom. We will also practice "Open the Front Door,” a conflict-resolution approach to managing classroom discussion.

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March 23, 2023

At their best, grades can be a source of extrinsic motivation for students, as well as an indicator of how they are doing in a course. But there are also downsides to traditional grading systems for both instructors and students. When students focus on grades rather than learning, they may...

April 6, 2023

In the context of pandemics, heightened attention to racial injustice, and pervasive political conflict, students and teachers alike must grapple with trauma in their everyday lives. This workshop equips participants with a trauma-informed approach to teaching, anchored in compassion, preparedness, and accessibility. Participants will discuss the importance of trauma-informed teaching,...

April 18, 2023

This event is for Gradute Students Only.

In this workshop, participants will evaluate the effects of the “hidden curriculum” on students from underrepresented backgrounds. We will explore transparency in instruction as a method to “unlock” this curriculum for our students. Participants will be also given the opportunity to design an inclusive, transparent...