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Saturday, November 19 • 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Scale, Strategy, and Stakeholders: The Distinctiveness of Curriculum Development

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Educational development that supports departments/units with the (re)design of program and degree curricula has great potential to scale equitable and learning-centered teaching. Developers doing unit-level curriculum work should nevertheless be mindful of its unique characteristics and the challenges it can pose. Drawing on the presenters’ original research, this session will highlight the distinctive features of curriculum development work, multiple ways it can be successfully undertaken, and some key benefits and challenges of the work. Participants will connect the implications of the findings to their own experiences of curriculum development and begin to develop community around this work.

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Andrea Han (she/her)

Associate Director, Curriculum and Course Services, University of British Columbia
Interested in program (degree, major, minor) level support (new program development, program evaluation, program renewal) and researching intersections between faculty beliefs and teaching practices.
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Jessica Taggart

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Center for Teaching Excellence, University of Virginia
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Elizabeth Dickens

Assistant Director, Center for Teaching Excellence, University of Virginia
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Nausheen Shafiq

Curriculum Consultant, Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology - University of British Columbia
Interests (fascinations!): Curriculum Redesign with an EDI lens (Equity, Diversity and Inclusion), Decolonization, Inclusive Teaching, K-12 Education Reform, UDL (Universal Design for Learning), Teacher Training

Saturday November 19, 2022 3:00pm - 3:45pm PST
601 (Hoh)