Powerful possibilities open up when considering how we might embrace strategies that reduce anxiety, increase transparency, encourage consistently meaningful learning, and therefore foster educational justice.Continue reading "Grading for Equitable Learning"
Would you like your students to: Identify ethical questions related to your discipline? Critically participate in discussions on those questions? Evaluate reasons and arguments for ethical positions? Articulate and reflect on their own positions about what is right or wrong? Consider different perspectives on ethical issues related to your course? If you answered YES to one or more of these, the Ethics Throughout the Curriculum Seminar is for you!Continue reading "HIT Seminar: Ethics Throughout the Curriculum"
Would you like your students to:
Go beyond Google searches? Ask better research questions? Move from passive knowledge consumers to active knowledge creators? Assess credibility in a changing information world? Understand the value of citing their sources?
If you answered YES to one or more of these, the Researching Across the Disciplines Seminar is for you!Continue reading "HIT Seminar: Researching Across the Disciplines"
Teaching for justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion extends to the syllabus shared with students.Continue reading "Inclusive Syllabus"
A self-paced ATL Conversation is a collection of resources you can explore and engage with on Brightspace. You will have the option to engage in the creation and information curation process as our learning on the topic and needs of our community continue to evolve. This is a conversation for you and guided by you.Continue reading "ATL Course: Trauma-informed pedagogy"
Inclusive teaching is an issue that has received increased attention on college campuses around the country and around the world. Understanding how course climate impacts students and their learning is increasingly important to faculty and administrators alike across a wide range of educational contexts.Continue reading "Columbia on EdX: Inclusive Teaching-Supporting All Students in the College Classroom"
Every day, teachers make thousands of decisions: what content to teach, what activities to assign, who to call on, how to respond to a student question, how to react to student behavior. … In this course, we will investigate these interactions, rehearse responding to difficult scenarios, and develop a set of equity teaching mindsets and practices to support all of our learners, especially underserved students.Continue reading "MIT on EdX: Becoming a More Equitable Educator: Mindsets and Practices"
To help faculty with the design of their courses, ATL provides support for course design and delivery. These resources are to support courses meet the diversity and inclusion general education requirement.Continue reading "Diversity and Inclusion in General Education"
How can we help our students and ourselves engage in honest, courageous, and critically reflective dialogue when engaging complex topics in our classroom?Continue reading "Difficult Dialogue? Be Brave & Real!"
A comprehensive set of resources related to inclusive teaching.Continue reading "Inclusive Teaching Resources"