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LAIC Book Discussion
Welcome to the What Inclusive Instructors Do book discussion hosted by the Learning & Applied Innovation Center instructional designers.
What Inclusive Instructors Do: Principles and Practices
for Excellence in College Teaching
By: Tracie Marcella Addy, Derek Dube, Khadijah A. Mitchell, and Mallory SoRelle
This book is a journey traveling through stories shared by the authors introducing us to a framework
that creates and supports inclusive classroom environments (in person & online). Authors of the book
created a trailer, to help get us excited about reading their book - https://youtu.be/i1EJrNBKgtE
The book is organized into three sections with a total of seven
chapters. Our instructional designers
will facilitate discussions for each of the chapters. Discussion facilitators will develop several
questions to facilitate their chapters. We have scheduled the meetings for 60 minutes, 15 min for each
chapter with a wrap-up summary of the section for 15 minutes (approximately). Let us know if you
have any questions.
Hope you enjoy the book!
Schedule: Tentative based on the number of participants.
Part One: Evidence Supporting Inclusion and Major Principles – First week of October
- The What and Why of Inclusive Teaching
- What Do They Know About Being Inclusive?
Part Two: The Practice of Inclusive Teaching – Middle of October & First week of November
- How Do They Design an Inclusive Course?
- How Do They Make Students Feel Welcome?
- How Do They Conduct Class Inclusively?
Part Three: Developing and Sustaining a Culture of Inclusive Teaching – Middle of November
- Using a Tool to Support Inclusive Teaching
- Concluding Thoughts
- Stylus Publishing - What Inclusive Instructors Do
- Author Webinar: What Inclusive Instructors Do
- Tracie Addy: Getting to know your students
- Blog: What Inclusive Instructors Do: Q&A with Tracie Addy -
- Tracie Addy’s Who’s in Class Forms
- Article: A Tool to Advance Inclusive Teaching Efforts: The “Who’s in Class?” form, by Tracie Marcella Addy, Khadijah A. Mitchell, and Derek Dube
- Faculty Focus Article: What Two Students Want You to Know About Inclusive Teaching by Tracie Addy, Ayat Husseini, and Anna DeVault
- Episode 67: Inclusive Teaching Strategies: How to Support the Success of All Students with Dr. Tracie Addy