Exploring Practices in the Classroom (EPIC): Inclusive Teaching [LC]

Days and times (Spring 2020): 3:30-4:30 pm |Tuesdays
Instructor: Sarah Silverman
: Wendt 410B
Credit information: 1 credit (EPD 690-010)

This seminar is geared towards graduate students with a TA position. If you are not currently TAing but are still interested in participating, please contact the facilitator (sesilverman@wisc.edu).


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Satisfies prerequisite toward the Delta Certificate: Learning Community

Our students come to the classroom with a wide variety of backgrounds and identities. This 12-week learning community will focus on applying inclusive teaching approaches in the classroom, through a combination of just-in-time feedback on current teaching challenges and case studies. Drawing on scholarly literature and participant experiences, we will explore themes including but not limited to race, educational background, gender, and disability. Participants can expect to develop relationships with other graduate TAs who are interested in and committed to inclusive teaching, and this group will support participants in setting and building towards future teaching goals.  This section is geared toward TAs with more than 2 semesters  of teaching experience.


[C] = course, [LC] = learning community, [1/2C] = Half course
To join an Internship cohort, you will need: 1C (internship overview here)
To join a Certificate cohort, you will need: 2C + LC + internship (certificate overview here)