Inclusive Teaching @ Michigan Series

REGISTRATION OPENS APRIL 12th

CRLT understands that the pandemic has made managing the demands of both family care and work responsibilities especially challenging. For many of us that means needing to step away from a Zoom meeting or having children appear on camera when they need to talk to us during a meeting. We understand that this is a part of work-life during the pandemic, and we want to reassure you that we understand and that this should not be a barrier to your participation in our events.

These events are for University of Michigan affiliates only. Any U-M instructor is welcome to register, however, some sessions may be geared more towards specific audiences. Please see the session descriptions for more details. If you have questions about registration please email the series event coordinator, Hannah Burke (hanburke@umich.edu) for assistance.
Title Dates Short Description
Equity in Higher Education: What's Assessment Got to do With It? Faculty, Graduate Students
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How do we make decisions about our programs and courses? What information do we use to make these decisions? What assumptions do we make about that information and the ways that information is collected? In this interactive synchronous…

Frameworks for Learner-centered & Equity-focused Syllabus Design Faculty, Graduate Students, Postdocs
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What is the role of your syllabus in setting the foundation for student success and creating an equitable and learner-centered course environment? Does it get students excited to learn and provide a roadmap for success? Does it make room for…

Applying Principles of Transparency to Support Equitable Classroom Discussions Faculty, Graduate Students, Postdocs
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What are the purposes of class discussion in your courses? How can you use both asynchronous and synchronous/face-to-face (f2f) discussions to help students learn? How do you communicate to students your goals and expectations around their…

Digital Accessibility for Teaching Faculty, Graduate Students, Postdocs
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What is digital accessibility? How can instructors and students make digital content (e.g. PDFs, slide presentations) and spaces (e.g. Zoom, Canvas) more accessible to participants with disabilities and range of access needs? In this 

Applying Anti-Racist Pedagogies: Developing A Critical Reflective Practice Faculty, Graduate Students, Postdocs
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This interactive synchronous session is a follow-up to the CRLT workshop, "Principles & Practices of Anti-Racist Pedagogies." The "Principles & Practices" session posits that both anti-racist course design and facilitation begin with a…

Teaching for Equity Faculty, Graduate Students, Postdocs
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How can instructors deliberately cultivate learning environments (f2f and remote) where all students feel valued, respected, and supported in their learning? This interactive synchronous session will introduce participants to…