Fri, Jul 29|
ArtCenter Faculty | Teaching Retreat for Equity: Identifying & Implementing (UDL) Practices for Student Success
This learning retreat and hands-on workshop is designed to provide focused time, supportive community, and expert resources in directed, collaborative way.
Time & Location
Jul 29, 2022, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM PDT
About the Event
This event is for ArtCenter College of Design faculty and staff only.
Go beyond theory, and craft student success strategies for immediate application to your teaching practice! This learning retreat and hands-on workshop is designed to provide focused time, supportive community, and expert resources in directed, collaborative way. You'll be able to ask questions, solve challenges, and figure out what works and what doesn’t for your unique students and classroom.
Join virtually via Zoom to expand, refine, and/or develop an area of your existing course content and teaching practice through a more inclusive lens to give all your students equal opportunity to succeed.
Teaching Retreat for Equity: Identifying & Implementing Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Practices for Student Success
Friday of Week 11
This session will NOT be recorded.
About the facilitators:
Erika G. Bertling is an intercultural educator & consultant who partners with institutions and individuals to teach, engage, and transform. She speaks on themes such as racially conscious parenting, culturally responsive teaching, intercultural communication & leadership, racial identity formation, multiracial/TCK identity, and implicit bias awareness. Her lifelong, in-depth cross-cultural experience in multiple arenas informs her passion for the ongoing work of equity and inclusion.
Wendee Lee, CITL's Faculty Director, is excited to bring her teaching experiences, education, and personal reflection to this workshop. Wendee's comprehensive background in the Product department combined with an Ed.D in student development in higher education inspire her ongoing quest to enhance the holistic understanding and expression of identity and creative work in educational spaces at ArtCenter.
Co-Sponsored by The Center for Teaching and Learning and DEI.