Design and Deliver Inclusive Courses (Registration Open but There Is a Fee)
Dates: October 10 – November 20, 2023
Online course (via Brightspace)
With each new course and new semester, there is the hope that all students will successfully meet course learning outcomes and the reality of the challenges many students face. This course will utilize critical self-reflection, collaboration, social constructivism, and backward course design to consider how faculty can meet the learning needs of a diverse student body with a variety of educational backgrounds and experiences. Participants will examine a variety of inclusive pedagogical practices and implement discipline-specific classroom methods that help meet course learning objectives and identify best practices in their own and others’ reflections on teaching practice.
What you will learn:
- Make connections between inclusion in course design and teaching practice
- Analyze and make sense of the cultural context of your institution (campus, department, discipline, etc.) and the populations within it
- Establish a community where students are known, acknowledged, accepted, and feel able and comfortable contributing
- Assess equity and inclusion at the course level
- Conduct proactive interventions
- Create or adopt inclusive strategies that are discipline-specific
- Know how to facilitate hot moments in the classroom
Who should take this course? Faculty, staff, graduate assistants/teaching assistants, and librarians who have teaching responsibilities or who plan to teach in the future.
More information and registration: www.suny.edu/itlcert
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