Creating an Inclusive Online Learning Environment Event Resources

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On October 2nd the Association of College and University Educators (ACUE) held an event called “Creating an Inclusive Online Learning Environment“. Panelists shared practices they have found helpful to effectively set expectations for valuing diverse viewpoints, facilitating respectful conversations, and engaging students in inclusive active learning exercises. The teaching practices discussed in this webinar can be utilized in a variety of disciplines and course sizes to promote equity and inclusion, which is why we want to share all the helpful resources with you.

Speakers at the event:

Resources:

      1. Think about yourself and your learning in this course.
        1. Identify 1-2 things you have been doing that support your learning.

        2. Identify 1-2 things you have been doing that hinder your learning.

        3. Identify 1-2 suggestions you might adopt to improve your learning.


      2. Think about the course and my teaching.
        1. 
Identify 1-2 things I have been doing that support your learning.

        2. Identify 1-2 things I have been doing that hinder your learning. 

        3. Identify 1-2 suggestions I might adopt to improve your learning. 


      3. Think about your fellow classmates.
        1. 

Identify 1-2 things your peers have been doing that support your learning.

        2. Identify 1-2 things your peers have been doing that hinder your learning.
        3. 
Identify 1-2 suggestions your peers might adopt to improve your learning.
 

 

The ACUE has a short, open enrollment course starting Oct 23 on “Creating an Inclusive and Supportive Online Learning Environment.” 

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