Equity, Diversity, and Inclusive Teaching in the Community College Setting
December 7 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm CST
Community colleges are truly diverse settings, attracting individuals from all different walks of life with a common interest in advancing their education. If you are interested in exploring a career at a community college, then understanding the diversity of their student populations is crucial. This panel consisting of faculty and administrators from various community colleges will share insights on student diversity. We will also explore the types of inclusive teaching strategies that best support community college students and help to create more equitable classrooms.
This event is supported by and organized through NSF INCLUDES Aspire grant by the Regional Initiative group. It is the last in our three-part series on working at community colleges, and is part of our fall programming on academic professional development.
This event meets in Zoom on Thursday, December 7 at 2-3:30PM AT / 1-2:30PM ET / 12-1:30PM CT / 11AM-12:30PM MT / 10-11:30AM PT.
This event series is designed first and foremost for graduate students, postdoctoral researchers in STEM/SBE disciplines, but generally relevant to anyone looking for a faculty career at a community college.
No cap. Registration opens on Monday, August 14, and closes Thursday, December 7.
REGISTER BY DECEMBER 7
If you have a disability, please let us know your learning needs. Contact Kate Diamond (email@example.com), who is supporting this workshop, to let us know how we can help you have a successful experience. In addition to meeting individualized needs, we will also take measures throughout the workshop to support accessibility for all our students:
- Sending pre-session reminders to all attendees
- Enabling live captioning in synchronous sessions
- Incorporating multiple modes of interaction into synchronous sessions
Associate: Learning Community
- Recognize the value of and participate in local professionally-focused learning communities associated with teaching and learning.
- Describe the scope of diversity in learning environments, of both students and instructor. (*Including but not limited to backgrounds, race, gender, ability, socio-economic status, ethnicity, gender preference, and cognitive skills)
- Describe the impact of diversity on student learning, in particular how diversity can enhance learning, and how inequities can negatively impact learning if not addressed.
- Describe how an instructor’s beliefs and biases can influence student learning.
- Describe and recognize the value of drawing on diversity in the development of teaching plans (including content, teaching practices and assessments) to foster learning.
- Describe several learning-through-diversity (LtD) techniques and strategies.