Using a Transparent Framework with Your Students and Mentors

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The majority student population in US higher education is increasingly diverse and instructors must provide equitable educational opportunities for a broad variety of learners. Transparent instruction shows great promise for increasing the confidence, sense of belonging, persistence, and success of non-traditional and underserved students. In this workshop facilitated by Dr. Mary-Ann Winkelmes, we will apply the Transparent Framework to the design of your own in-class activities and assignments to help you provide equitable learning experiences for your students. We’ll also consider the framework as a tool for discussing course design ideas with mentors and faculty–even when you are not the primary designer of the course.
Please register for this event.