Dear Members of the MU Community,
As part of the Real Talk, Real Change series, the Diversity and Inclusion Committee and the Office of the Dean of Students, Equity and Inclusion are offering a facilitated discussion session on inclusive teaching practices.
The purpose of this session is for members of the MU community who provide instruction in a classroom setting to share inclusive teaching methods that work (please come prepared to share!) and to seek any guidance on making their classrooms and teaching methods more inclusive in areas where they have struggled in the past. The discussion is intended for classroom and group facilitators – all are welcome.
Camille Buckner (Psychology) and Susan Agolini (Biology) will facilitate the session, which will take place via Zoom on Tuesday, 7/28/20 from 11:30am-1:00pm.
The Real Talk, Real Change series is intentionally centering BIPOC experiences, but we also welcome an intersectional discussion of inclusive teaching practices in this session (e.g., in regard to class, gender, nationality, sexual orientation, religion, and ability).
To stimulate discussion during the session, a padlet with some useful inclusive teaching resources will be circulated prior to the session, where interested attendees can share additional resources.
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The Diversity and Inclusion Committee