Fall 2022 Faculty Unbook Club: What Inclusive Instructors Do
Access & Features
A reading group with no pressure to read! We’ll summarize the chapters and then jump into participant discussions of the concepts, activities, and challenges presented in the book WHAT INCLUSIVE INSTRUCTORS DO. We will meet three times: 12-12:50 pm on Monday 9/19, 9/26, and 10/3 in STLI G064 (Swem Library) . These sessions will be facilitated by Candice Benjes-Small, Head of Research at W&M Libraries, Dr. Meghan Miller of Psychological Sciences, and Dr. Diana Theisinger, Digital Learning Program Manager at the Studio for Teaching & Learning Innovation.
About the book:
What Inclusive Instructors Do presents information on the what, why, how, and for whom of inclusive teaching practices, while integrating activities with which readers can engage throughout the book to learn more about their own post-secondary context. The authors divided What Inclusive Instructors Do into three sections: Part 1 - Evidence Supporting Inclusion and Major Principles; Part 2 - The Practice of Inclusive Teaching; and Part 3 - Developing and Sustaining a Culture of Inclusive Teaching. The integration of information and activities makes this book a great resource for faculty learning communities, departments, and other university stakeholder groups to use in efforts to build capacity for inclusive instruction on their campuses. -Teachers College Record
We have a limited number of print copies of the book to distribute; others can access it online. Links will be sent to registrants. RSVP/Registration at https://wm.libwizard.com/f/unbook-f22
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