Faculty Focus Groups: DIA: Creating Encouraging and Dynamic Learning Spaces
Special focus: Centering access, disability, and neurodiversity
Alison Gash, associate professor of political science and Provost’s Teaching Fellow, is working with the Provost's office and TEP to provide more resources and supports for faculty teaching about difference and power, particularly as part of U.S. Difference, Inequality and Agency courses.
To that end, Professor Gash wants to know what has been working in your courses, what remains challenging, and how the university can recognize and support the work you are doing.
This will be a great opportunity to meet other faculty who are doing this work and to share your experiences. Most importantly, it will give us specific details about how to further our commitments to inclusive and anti-oppressive teaching.
We have scheduled two focus groups that will be (loosely) organized thematically. Please register through the links above if you can attend one of the meetings.
If you cannot make the focus groups Professor Gash would love to schedule a one-on-one zoom. Please email email@example.com to schedule a time to talk!
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