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Winter Intensive on Student Engagement

On January 17th, we held a Winter Intensive Workshop on Student Engagement with five faculty presenters from across campus. In this post, we're sharing a few resources from the event, including presentation slides and handouts. Read more ...

Dean Rader on Post-Truth Teaching

Dean Rader (English) kindly shares his November 19th article in the Huffington Post, "Post-Truth Teaching." We asked him for his thoughts about teaching in what feels to many of us like a new, [insert adjective of your choice] era. Read more ...

Some Helpful Articles for Teaching in the Current Climate of the Trump Administration

As White House officials mention "alternative facts" and as we witness drastic moves away from previous legislative measures that include environmental protections and the Affordable Care Act, including the removal of information about climate change from the White House website and the call to remove funding for Sanctuary cities, you may be wondering how to discuss or incorporate the news of Trump's first hundred days in office in your classes. Read more ...

UDL: A Systematic Approach to Supporting Diverse Learners

As we move into start of the spring 2017 semester, you are likely making the finishing touches on your syllabi, maybe imagining how your courses are going to go and also looking forward to meeting a new group of students. One question you may find yourself asking is, how do I navigate learner diversity in the classroom? An Inside Higher Ed. article from September 2015 titled, "UDL: A Systematic Approach to Supporting Diverse Learners" offers us a look into the framework of UDL (Universal Design for Learning), with examples set by CAST (Center Applied Special Technology). The article mentions three principles to guide you in teaching by the UDL model. Read more ...

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