Every Learner Everywhere Digital Learning Workshops
The Every Learner Everywhere Digital Learning Workshops are designed to help administrators, instructional designers, and faculty redesign the learning experience to incorporate tools that will increase student equity and success.
Every Learner workshops provide opportunities for faculty, instructional designers and administrators to collaborate with peers and experts via synchronous and asynchronous methods for effective and engaging learning. Register for upcoming workshops and view session recordings from past workshops to effectively enhance your learning environment equitably with evidence-based teaching practices through digital learning.
The webinars in this series are designed to support and inform higher education faculty on how to engage with pedagogies and professional learning that intentionally and authentically affirm, uplift, and liberate students through teaching and learning. By challenging traditional instructional approaches, these presentations provide support and resources for creating more inclusive and equitable learning environments.
Join us for an insightful webinar that delves into the exciting realm of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its impact on higher education, focusing specifically on the student experience. As the educational landscape evolves, so do the tools and technologies that shape the way students learn, engage, and succeed. In this webinar, a student panel will discuss innovative applications of AI in academic settings, shedding light on how students are currently using AI, faculty and institutional AI policies, and how students are being prepared to use AI in future employment. Whether you are an educator, administrator, or student curious about the future of education, this webinar will provide valuable insights into the evolving landscape of higher education through the lens of AI and the student experience.
Generative AI technology has expanded its reach well beyond ChatGPT, offering students and educators opportunities to explore it in pragmatic and ethical use cases. Through well-planned assignments and human-centered interfaces, this technology can be a powerful tool to augment learning, not replace it.
How can our general education mathematics and science courses repair a growing mistrust between science and society and facilitate a functional democracy through identifying and successfully debunking misinformation? In this session, I introduce one such course I have adapted from online open educational resources which is a promising opportunity for students to think meaningfully about data, the wave of big data, artificial intelligence and machine learning influencing the 21st century, and a context to examine the interplay of information, power, racism, and justice.
Teachers often focus on teaching the science of climate change. However, more expansive views of the inherent challenges suggest that we should consider learning opportunities across the curriculum to bring all learners into the conversation. This session will provide an overview of issues that educators should keep in mind as they design climate change curriculum.
From automated decision systems in healthcare, policing, education and more, technologies have the potential to deepen discrimination while appearing neutral and even benevolent when compared to harmful practices of a previous era. In this talk, Ruha Benjamin takes us into the world of biased bots, altruistic algorithms, and their many entanglements, and provides conceptual tools to decode tech predictions with historical and sociological insight. When it comes to AI, Ruha shifts our focus from the dystopian and utopian narratives we are sold, to a sober reckoning with the way these tools are already a part of our lives. She argues that higher education is ground zero for reimagining the default settings of technology and seeding a future in which everyone can thrive.
Faculty development and instructional support are important aspects for ensuring that online adjunct faculty have the resources they need to successfully offer instruction. This is a self-paced workshop geared towards upskilling online adjunct faculty who are seeking these various resources and support related to designing and facilitating quality online instruction within inclusive digital learning environments.
Given the piecemeal work of most adjunct faculty, support for this key population of instructors is unique, especially for those who are fully online. The goal of this workshop is to provide access to materials, processes, and documents that will guide administrators and staff in creating an organizational environment that will support online adjunct faculty. This offering is tailored to a number of different institutional roles that are charged with supporting, enhancing, or building adjunct faculty development programs.
Join us in a webinar featuring a new report from ATD, Online Learning Consortium, and Every Learner Everywhere, Teaching, Learning Equity and Change: Realizing the Promise of Professional Learning, shows that community colleges and Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs) want to build this essential infrastructure – but need help in doing so. New data and voices from the field document the status of professional learning, including best practices, strengths and gaps, and steps for improvement.
This presentation will be an opportunity for participants to engage in conversations about the renewal that emerges alongside intersectional online course design. The presenters will interrogate existing notions of course design that create an unsustainable rivalry between teaching and learning. By shifting our ways of knowing and being about online course design we are better able to create inclusive environments that simultaneously value the being and doing of learning and teaching.
In this session participants will consider ways that this collection of student insights might be used to improve teaching, and also consider ways to solicit and utilize feedback from their own students. For anyone who’s ever wondered what students think about teaching and learning, this session will provide ideas to incorporate student voice into the continuous improvement of their craft as teachers.
In this interactive webinar, we introduce the Equity First Framework for Digital Learning, a set of six considerations for courseware designers and instructors seeking to leverage courseware as a tool to support equitable and just student learning. Together, we will discuss tangible ways to apply the framework in your teaching practice.
In this first of four 2023 Strategies for Success webinars, Dr. Bryan Dewsbury helps participants explore the ways in which we can reconnect our classroom practice with the values, behaviors and mindsets needed for a socially just society.
INCLUSIVE is a unique opportunity to connect with like-minded peers, learn about emerging practices, and engage in discussions about how to adapt strategies and resources for new and distinct teaching situations.
This webinar will bring together experts on federal policy and digital learning, as well as exemplar institutions who are taking advantage of the unique opportunities afforded by federal resources to move their campuses forward.
During this presentation we will examine the intersection of the Feedback & Assessment and Instructional Strategies domains of the Teaching Effectiveness Framework we developed to support teaching at our institution.
In this webinar, we’ll explore evidence-based frameworks to welcome and support all students, regardless of their background, abilities, identities, needs, or preferences.
Many instructors are striving to make good use of digital technology to interact with students and help them master challenging course material. In the General Chemistry Program at Colorado State University, we’ve used a mix of adaptive learning platforms, static homework, in-class active learning activities, and digital monitoring to enhance student learning and engagement.
In this interactive webinar, participants will consider how to make simple proactive instructional design decisions that will provide an inclusive learning environment, which will be framed as teaching with social justice.
Join us to learn how the IDEAL program created and curated safe spaces for community college students to radically reimagined the institutionalized policies, practices, procedures, and pedagogies on their respective campuses!
The ADAPT showcase featured the work of the public colleges that piloted digital and adaptive learning projects with the support of the Every Learner Everywhere network.
This 8-week virtual summer workshop directly addresses equity in digital learning through evidence-based teaching practices, differentiated instruction, and courseware.
This complementary online Learning Lab offered by EDUCAUSE in partnership with Every Learner Everywhere provides immediately-applicable strategies to those teaching or those who support teaching, in online learning environments.