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Jan 20

Inclusive Teaching and Scholarly Practice

1/20/2022 9:50 AM 12:30 PM (Eastern Standard Time)

Inclusive Teaching & Scholarly Practice (ITSP) is central to your development as a college professor & as someone who teaches among the challenges of a diverse, multifaceted and complex teaching and learning community, both inside and outside the classroom.

Through the process of inquiry and critical reflection, the practices and assumptions on which decisions about teaching are based will be discussed. Grounded in the scholarship of teaching and learning and the principles of Universal Design for Learning, a variety of strategies to create a learning environment that is inclusive by design and engages students from diverse backgrounds will be examined. The role of applied research in the college classroom will also be explored.

This is an online synchronous course. You must be available to attend the live sessions on Thursdays.

This is a 12-week course, running from Jan. 20 to Apr. 14, 2022.

Full course details are available at Inclusive Teaching and Scholarly Practice.

Pre-requisite: you must complete Foundations of Teaching and Learning before you can register for Inclusive Teaching and Scholarly Practice.

Apply to register in MyPD. Registration closes on Jan. 12, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. (Eastern).
Spaces in this course are reserved for the faculty members who are required to take this course. Once they have registered, we will open up any remaining spaces to the faculty who have applied.

This course is part of the Faculty Development Program.

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