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The Wide World of Inclusive Teaching
We know that ‘inclusive teaching’ is an umbrella term for a collection of practices that make classrooms more welcoming and equitable. However, a recent study examined four years of Summer Institutes survey data and revealed just how broad and diverse inclusive teaching can be. The study was originally proposed as a snapshot to capture the increasing awareness of inclusive teaching as it happened. However, in looking at responses to a pre-workshop question about what instructors think inclusive teaching is, we found an astonishing breadth of definitions and examples. This webinar will present the results of the study, discuss its implications for professional development programs, and provide an array of examples that instructors might choose to incorporate into their teaching practice.

Dec 1, 2020 03:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Glen Davenport, PhD in Educational Psychology
STEM Education Program Evaluator @Yale University, National Institute on Scientific Teaching
Glen Davenport brings a background in STEM education and training in research methodology to the Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning as a program evaluator. Following the completed evaluation of the Helmsley Postdoctoral Teaching Scholars program, he is now the evaluator for the National Institute on Scientific Teaching program. He is currently investigating how local conditions prevent or enable efforts to make positive reforms in academic departments.