Individual Presentation or Panel Title

Inclusivity in the Classroom

Abstract

In this panel, discussants will share their experiences supporting inclusivity before and during the University’s transition to synchronous online instruction in the Spring 2020 semester. The panel will be helpful for other faculty looking to learn from these panelists’ experiences in the face to face, hybrid, and online classrooms.

In this panel, discussants will share their experiences supporting inclusivity before and during the University’s transition to synchronous online instruction in the Spring 2020 semester. The panel will be helpful for other faculty looking to learn from these panelists’ experiences in the face to face, hybrid, and online classrooms.

Presentation Description

Dr. Beverly Peters will open this panel discussion with a presentation on Inclusivity in the Classroom, discussing the importance of inclusivity and how face to face, hybrid, and online instructors can support it. Dr. Krisztina Domjan will illustrate the concept of transparency by offering a guideline for participants on how to modify their existing assignments so that their diverse learners can complete them, especially the more complex ones, with success. Dr. Andrene Taylor will discuss in the intersections of race and gender in teaching international students from China and creating an inclusive environment to explore ideas about identity, culture, and bias.

Location

Stream B: Campus Culture in the Era of Hate Special Series

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Jun 12th, 6:45 PM Jun 12th, 8:00 PM

Inclusivity in the Classroom

Stream B: Campus Culture in the Era of Hate Special Series

In this panel, discussants will share their experiences supporting inclusivity before and during the University’s transition to synchronous online instruction in the Spring 2020 semester. The panel will be helpful for other faculty looking to learn from these panelists’ experiences in the face to face, hybrid, and online classrooms.

In this panel, discussants will share their experiences supporting inclusivity before and during the University’s transition to synchronous online instruction in the Spring 2020 semester. The panel will be helpful for other faculty looking to learn from these panelists’ experiences in the face to face, hybrid, and online classrooms.