Office of Academic Innovation
Inclusive teaching practices proactively consider the needs of a diverse group of learners in planning, designing, and delivering instruction. Inclusion with remote education involves new skills and techniques. OAI will share lessons learned about inclusion in remote education across all aspects of the learning experience, including teaching, learning, and assessment, faculty needs and supports, technology, and instructional design. This past year of remote teaching has stretched our thinking and helped us develop a variety of strategies that foster belonging and make content accessible. This workshop will use a strength-based approach to the challenges that we have faced. We will engage in reflective practices to examine what we have learned, its significance to our teaching practices, and strategies that we can take with us into the future to design inclusive learning environments. Come and share your wisdom, what you learned the hard way, and the unexpected surprises and benefits of teaching remotely! In this workshop we will collaborate to outline inclusive teaching strategies that we can implement now and in future courses.
This workshop is facilitated by OAI staff (list names), and Teresa Roberts OAI Faculty-in-Residence, Inclusive Curriculum and Pedagogy