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Inclusive Pedagogy: How Student Identities Matter is a Course

Inclusive Pedagogy: How Student Identities Matter

Sep 5, 2022 - Dec 21, 2022
12 credits

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Term: Fall 2022

Date: September 5th - December 20th, 2022

Location: Online Self-paced

Instructor: Michele Deramo

Presented By: Inclusion & Diversity (INDV)

Description:

We want to treat our students equitably, but students are not all the same.

This online course, comprised of a series of micro-learning sessions, explores how student identities matter in the classroom. Through 11 mini-modules using case studies, short readings and information on campus resources, participants discover equitable practices that accommodate the diversity of student identities related to disability, socioeconomic status, veteran status, religion,  gender identity and expression, with an additional module on preserving equity during a pandemic.

In order to receive Professional Development Network credit for this course, you must complete and contribute to the discussion for the first module Intersections of Identity + demonstrate moderate course activity according to Canvas analytics. 

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