This workshop will highlight methods of teaching in which instructors and students work together to create a supportive physical or virtual learning environment that gives each student equal access to learning and to ensure that both teacher and student participation promote thoughtfulness, inclusiveness, belonging, and mutual respect. Participants will review basic concepts and strategies related to inclusive pedagogy; work in groups to explore inclusive teaching strategies; identify two actionable tasks; and help shape and direct inclusive pedagogy at Bowling Green State University.
Facilitator: Dr. Angela M. Nelson, Associate Professor, Department of Popular Culture
Categories: Support, Engagement and inclusive Pedagogy
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