Inclusive Community of Practice (ICoP)

With Becca Ciancanelli, Inclusive Pedagogy Lead, Center for Teaching & Learning

Inclusive Community of Practice (ICoP) meetings connect equity-minded folks around campus to develop inclusive practices and policies in the classroom through sharing and curation of existing and collaboratively innovated knowledge. Weekly virtual meetings provide opportunities where faculty, staff and students gather to network and talk openly about diversity, inclusion, equity, and social justice. These conversations are meant to be brave spaces where faculty, staff and students can work on developing inclusive practices for the classroom. You are welcome to join late or leave early. 

Agenda/Resources:

Sep 07, 2021: "Respect Differences? Don't take it personally? A Discussion of Common Dialogic Guidelines." This article is being provided as a starting point for the discussion.

Sep 13, 2021: "Tips for Mental Health Wellness While Fighting for Social Justice." This article is being provided as a starting point for the discussion.

Sep 20, 2021: "The Importance of Including Disabled Identities." This article is being provided as a starting point for the discussion.

Sep 27, 2021: "Mindful Mentoring." Please review these scenarios before our session. 

Oct 04, 2021: "Exploring Buffs One Read: Gathering ICoP Perspectives." Please feel free to explore the Canvas site for Buffs One Read prior to our session.

Oct 11, 2021: "Bringing Design Justice Principles to  Higher Education Projects." This article is being provided as a starting point for the discussion.

Oct 18, 2021: "Academic Integrity and Restorative Justice." This article is being provided as a starting point for the discussion. You can also watch these two videos: Highlighting a restorative justice practitioner: sujatha baliga and An introduction into circle dialogues with Kay Pranis for more context behind restorative justice.

Oct 25, 2021: "Decolonizing the Classroom and Advising Spaces." This article is being provided as a starting point for the discussion. 

Nov 01, 2021: "Bringing Inclusive Practices to Large Lecture Classes." This article is being provided as a starting point for the discussion. 

Nov 29, 2021: "Fighting Cissexism and Heteronormativity." 

Dec 06, 2021: "Celebration and Gift-Giving."

Monday, December 6, 2021 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Virtual Event