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dc.contributorChan, Mun Chun
dc.contributorSihite, Ester
dc.descriptionAt its core, inclusive pedagogy is aimed at creating a space for learning that works for all students, and to allow every student to have equal access to learning in the class. In order to do so, deliberate actions must be taken to foster such access to learning and build a sense of belonging for each student, especially students with historically excluded identities. Building an environment of inclusivity into a course can take on a number of strategies; in this workshop, we will focus interrogating and varying the content and pedagogy of a course toward greater inclusion and engagement of diverse students. We will hear from individual professors who have incorporated inclusive pedagogy and content into their courses. Then, through facilitated reflection and discussion, participants will have the opportunity to explore the pedagogy and content within their own course(s), and work alongside others to begin to identity and activate ways in which they can redesign their course(s) toward fostering more equitable and inclusive learning environments for their students. We ask that all workshop attendees have a course in mind that they would be interested in evaluating and possibly redesigning. Having a copy of the current syllabus would also be useful.
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dc.subjectInclusive Pedagogies
dc.subjectHigher Education
dc.subjectEffective Teaching and Learning Practices
dc.titleTLISI 2019: Topics in Inclusive Pedagogy: Opportunities for Inclusive Content and Pedagogical Practice

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