During the 2016-2017 academic year, the Reinert Center will offer programming and resources focused on the theme of Inclusive Teaching, which we consider to be the intentional use of course design and teaching methods to create equitable learning environments where all learners can be successful, regardless of differences in identity, background, and ability. Inclusive teaching involves an explicit commitment to recognizing and minimizing the potential for exclusion, in everything from syllabus design to assessment methods, from instructional strategies to classroom layout. It is a commitment continuously enacted, in small and large ways.
Throughout the year, we will highlight different aspects of inclusive teaching through in-person events and web-based resources [LINK], sharing concrete, evidence-based strategies for reducing exclusion and enhancing inclusion. To learn more about how we are thinking about inclusive teaching, read this blog post.
|January 31||Effective Practices for Lesson/Lecture Capture|
|February 20||Working with Students Who Are Introverts: A Faculty Panel|
|February 27||The Graphic Syllabus: A Tool for Teaching and Learning|
|March 1||Power and Privilege in the Classroom|
|March 16||Ignatian Pedagogy Institute: Discernment|
|May 9||May Event (Canceled for 2017)|
For additional information on these events, including times, locations, & registration, visit our Events page.