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Creating an Inclusive Classroom: Start with Your Syllabus!

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Wednesday, February 23, 2022 at 11:00am to 12:00pm

**NOTE** 2/22 Session is in person and 2/23 session is virtual

Creating an inclusive learning environment can have a positive impact on student learning and equitable outcomes. In this session, participants will explore the connection between inclusivity, a sense of belonging, and learning; review several examples of inclusive syllabi; and brainstorm ways to incorporate these practices into current or future teaching experiences. 

Facilitated by Erica Caton, Director of Educational and Faculty Development, Center for the Advancement of Teaching

Fulfills Certificate Requirement: Syllabus and Course Design; Culturally Responsive Teaching; or Elective

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Academics, Workshops & webinars


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Center for the Advancement of Teaching
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