How can we create more equitable learning environments? Frank Tuitt* offers a set of guiding principles to help us critically examine and rethink common teaching practices in his chapter, “Inclusive Pedagogy 2.0: Implications for Race, Equity, and Higher Education in a Global Context” in *Race, Equity, and the Learning Environment* (2016).
Join Eric Kaldor (Sheridan Center) and Nicole Truesdell (Institute for Transformative Practice and Africana Studies) for a roundtable discussion of Tuitt’s chapter and its application to our own teaching contexts. Pre-reading is encouraged, but not required – all are welcome!
Participants who pre-register will be emailed a copy of the brief chapter, receive a copy of the book *Race, Equity, and the Learning Environment* at the lunch, and an invitation to attend Professor Tuitt’s plenary keynote at the University of Rhode Island, “Equity and Inclusion Strategies in Trying Times” (April 14).
* Frank Tuitt is Senior Advisor to the Chancellor, Provost on Inclusive Excellence, and Professor of Higher Education at the Morgridge College of Education, University of Denver.