Inclusive Communities of Practice Session: Habits of Inclusion for Classroom Culture
Today's topic: Habits of inclusion for classroom culture
Join us as we share effective practices for creating and sustaining an inclusive learning environment for everyone. We’ll start out with an exemplar syllabus statement and encourage you to think about how to improve your own syllabi. We’ll then examine a few key practices, share extensive resources, and engage in discussion to mine the expertise in the room.
Faculty, staff and students across our CU Boulder community who are interested in making excellence inclusive are invited to attend the following Inclusive Communities of Practice (ICoP) sessions, a collaboration between ODECE and the newly-formed campus Center for Teaching and Learning. ICoP sessions are:
- 90-minute meetings organized around a topic related to diversity, inclusion, equity, social justice, and human interaction.
- Conversations are meant to be “brave spaces” where faculty, staff and students can talk honestly about areas of concern and practice techniques for making excellence inclusive in everyday lived experiences.
- ICoP steering committee organizes topics and schedules local experts to help facilitate these sessions for our community.
Monday, November 18 at 10:30am to 12:00pm