For Graduate Students: This is Session 4 of our six-part series exploring the principles and frameworks that define an inclusive teaching practice through guided debrief discussions based on the CTL’s Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) “Inclusive Teaching: Supporting All Students in the College Classroom.” Attendance at prior or later sessions of CTL’s Inclusive Teaching discussion series is not required to attend this session, but is highly recommended. Graduate students who can attend at least five sessions are encouraged to apply to participate in this program on the seminar level. Learn more here.
Prior to this session, participants are expected to have completed the Module 3 of Columbia University CTL’s MOOC (approximately 45 minutes). If you have not had a chance to complete the Overview of Inclusive Teaching Module, we highly recommend reviewing its content as well.
During this session we will reflect on the considerations for reflecting diversity through content, scholarly voices of interrogation, and student perspectives offered in the online module and debrief our own experiences or plans for enacting such ideas in the classroom.
By the end of the session, participants should be able to:
- Describe the value of including diverse perspectives (sources, voices, representation, disciplines) in course content
- Identify strategies to include diverse perspectives into the curriculum and classroom
***Registration will close the night before the live session.***
Columbia University makes every effort to accommodate individuals with disabilities. Contact [email protected] or 212.854.1692 for accommodations.
This event may be recorded and CTL staff may take screenshots. If you have any concerns, contact [email protected]