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Saturday, November 19 • 9:00am - 9:45am
Embedding Inclusive Teaching in College Policies: Workshop and Follow-up Project

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To support faculty learning—and to extend our reach beyond our “frequent flyers”—CTLs need to operate as change agents and help academic units create good pedagogical policy, especially at a research-intensive university. When academic units systematically promote, recognize, guide, and/or reward faculty learning about inclusive teaching, they help counter systemic racism and discrimination. Fifteen faculty and DEI administrators participated in our workshop on embedding inclusive teaching into their college’s Inclusive Excellence Plan. We outline the workshop we gave, share examples of SMART goals and policies, and share our colleagues' reflections from their first stages of new policy implementation. We invite session participants to try their hand at composing unit-based faculty-learning goals and identifying systems where those goals could be embedded.

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Shelley Reid

Director, Stearns CTL, George Mason University
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Aimee Weinstein

Full-time Term Assistant Professor/Instructor, George Mason University
Aimee is a faculty member with both INTO Mason and The Honors College where she teaching research writing and creative nonfiction. Her work as a faculty fellow with the Stearns Center has led her to additionally pursue research and course/resource development with a focus on Anti-Racist... Read More →

Saturday November 19, 2022 9:00am - 9:45am PST
609 (Yakima)