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WorkshopDate/TimeHostFacilitatorLocationDetails & Registration
Pedagogies of CAREApr. 23 2024, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PMCTLCTLZoom

Details for Pedagogies of CARE

When students report the experience of belonging within a learning environment, their academic performance, self-confidence, and motivation are positively impacted (Duran et al., 2020; Moeller et al., 2020; Jorgenson et al., 2018). Yet the reverse holds true as well: Student perceptions of non-belonging contribute to educational gaps and reduced retention rates among underrepresented populations. How can instructors foster students' sense of belonging within their courses, particularly in online learning environments where contextual cues can be difficult to read?  In this webinar, we explore the research on creating inclusive, equitable, and welcoming learning environments, drawing upon the CARE framework (community, agency, representation, and equal access) as outlined by the Online Learning Consortium. 

Specifically, attendees will:

  • Reflect on features that make learning environments inclusive, equitable, and welcoming.
  • Identify teaching strategies for creating inclusive, equitable, and welcoming learning environments.
  • Discuss ways of designing learning activities based on the CARE framework for both online and face-to-face learning environments.

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Enhancing Your Inclusive TeachingMay. 1 2024, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PMCTLCTLZoom

Details for Enhancing Your Inclusive Teaching

Learn how small steps toward utilizing Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and Canvas can make a big impact on creating a course that is inclusive for all learners.  This workshop includes information on the accessibility tool Ally.  

 

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Evidence-Based Practices for Teaching OnlineMay. 13 2024, 12:00 AM - 12:00 AMCTLFacilitator: Digital LearningSix-Week Online Course

Details for Evidence-Based Practices for Teaching Online

Offered multiple times per year, EBPTO is conducted over six weeks and is open to all instructors, regardless of a course’s instructional delivery type. The course is encouraged for instructors teaching online, particularly those developing Accelerated Online Program courses. The time requirements are about 2-3 hours a week (12-18 total), and the course has two deliverables, a course map (a required document for many of our quality reviews) and an online teaching portfolio (comprised of elements completed during EBPTO). As of Summer 2021, instructors are required to complete either EBPTO or RASI training to teach online. Those who completed a training similar to EBPTO before Fall 2019 are strongly encouraged to take EBPTO.

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May 2024 Course Design InstituteMay. 16 2024, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PMCTLCTLCTLB – room 110

Details for May 2024 Course Design Institute

Join fellow UNM instructors for a 1-day institute based on the principles of “Backward Design” to identify the knowledge and skills you want students to gain. Get a head-start on constructing course inclusive syllabi and assignments, learn research-based approaches on how to best facilitate student learning and experience a supportive, collegial environment focused on professional development.

Free to all UNM instructors

Enrollment is limited to 25 participants – registration is required.

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