Inclusive Teaching and Learning Best Practice Workshop - online edition
- Start date
Monday, 28 Sep 2020, 14:00
- End date
Monday, 28 Sep 2020, 16:30
- Online via Zoom
How can teachers create an inclusive classroom? This is the central question we will pose during the “Inclusive Teaching and Learning Best Practice Workshop” hosted by the Community for Learning & Innovation (CLI) and the Diversity & Inclusion Office.
The best practices that will be shared will focus on the four important components needed to create an inclusive learning environment:
- Community building
- Critical Reflection
- Contextualization of Knowledge.
We will explore what each of these components entails and look at ways in which teachers from different faculties across the EUR are engaged in inclusive teaching practices.
Register for this event via: firstname.lastname@example.org Please provide your name, affiliation, job title and your first and second choice for breakout session you would like to attend. A zoom or teams link will be sent to you via an outlook calendar invitation.
|28 September||13:45-14:00||Opening of Zoom by host|
|14:00-14:05||General Welcome: Prof. dr. Semiha Denktas, Chief Diversity officer|
|14:05-14:10||Introduction to the event and D&I office Inclusive Education Strategy: Dr. Kate Kirk|
|14:10-14:20||Best Practice Pitch 1: Community Building at ISS: Martin Blok|
|14:20-14:30||Best Practice Pitch 2: : Critical Self Reflection at the Department of Media and Communication/ESHCC: Dr. Jacco van Sterkenburg|
|14:30-14:40||Best Practice Pitch 3: Inclusive Communication at EMC: Dr. Lea Jabbarian|
|14:40-14:50||Best Practice Pitch 4: Contextualizing Knowledge at the Erasmus school of History, Culture and Communication/ESHCC: Dr. Karin Willemse|
Breakout sessions lead by our presenters: “How can I implement this practice into my own teaching program / my own classroom"
Breakout Session 1: Community Building
Breakout Session 2: Critical Self Reflection
Breakout Session 3: Inclusive Communication
Breakout Session 4: Contextualizing Knowledge
|15:45-16:15||Presentation of Breakout session discussions to the whole group: Best Practice Discussion leaders|
|16:15-16:30||Closing Remarks / Summary: Dr. Kate Kirk|