Brett

CURRENT POSITION:
Instructor and Ph.D. Student, Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis, UW Madison


What programming from Delta helped you become a more effective and evidence-based educator?
I am continually working to articulate and refine learning outcomes in the courses and projects I work on, which was thoroughly and thoughtfully reinforced in my Delta courses. I am appreciative of having space to obtain feedback on these as I become an emergent scholar.

What did you learn about inclusive teaching practices at Delta?
Participating in Delta has afforded me the opportunity to not only attain more experience in both articulating and demonstrating learning outcomes in my academic endeavors, but also serve as an outlet to refine my inclusive teaching practices.

How did going through the Delta Internship impact your approach to teaching and learning?
My Delta internship entailed me co-instructing an online course, which was a fantastic learning experience for adjusting my teaching techniques based on this mechanism, as well as gathering new insights into how to leverage platforms for inclusivity

How did Delta help prepare you for the academic job market?
I believe my engagement in Delta has provided me with more “academic accessories” in my toolbelt as I seek a career in the academy, since I have attained experience in reviewing and crafting application statements.

 

MY PATH THROUGH DELTA

Courses & Seminars: How to Teach Inclusively for Educating a Diverse Nation, Exploring Practices in the Classroom

Selected Workshops: Individual Development Plan (IDP), Madison College/Delta Open House, Addressing Implicit Bias: Exploring Strategies for Student Success

Co-facilitator: Teaching College Students on the Autism Spectrum Workshop, How to Teach Inclusively for Educating a Diverse Nation (CIRTL online course)

Internship Project: “Teaching Aspiring Faculty About Autism: Employing a Course Unit to Influence Perspectives and Pedagogical Practice”