The process of engaging in and implementing equity, diversity, and inclusion can be daunting. The process should be incremental while demonstrating impact in equitable student outcomes. In this webinar, panelists will share components/tenets to purposefully embed equity, social justice, and inclusion into innovative teaching and learning in face-to-face and virtual spaces. Through a moderated discussion, participants will examine protocols, approaches, and digital enhancing techniques that put into action practices that lead to equitable outcomes in teaching and learning.
This is the second webinar in the four-part Operationalizing Equity, Social Justice, and Inclusion to Transform Teaching and Learning Webinar Series, hosted in partnership with the Every Learner Everywhere Network. The series will provide a multi-pronged approach for advancing inclusive teaching and digital learning, where participants will engage in moderated panel discussions led by diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) experts. Sessions will focus on embedding inclusion, equity, and social justice in course content; the process of operationalizing equity in the classroom; developing culturally responsive assessments; and creating inclusive teaching and learning environments.
Presenters: James Gray of Community College of Aurora; Vincent (Tzu-Wen) Cheng of the Borough of Manhattan Community College; and Stephanie Whalen of Harper College