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Faculty Development: Teaching and Learning Resources: Include

Faculty Development

Pillars of Instructional Excellence: Include

Demonstrate intercultural competence that embodies respect and empathy, using knowledge and skills to utilize teaching strategies to create an atmosphere of equity and inclusion that maximizes learning for every student.

Evidence of Learning: ESSENTIALS

A. Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion 

I.1.1. Articulate student demographics.

I.1.2. Examine institutional and classroom assessment data as it pertains to student groups and apply it to teaching strategies.


Evidence of Learning: ADVANCED MASTERY

A. Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion 

I.2.1. Know and address the factors that create bias – for oneself and others.

I.2.2 Apply connections between inclusion and learning to classes and curriculum.


B. Apply knowledge of specific student populations/conditions to work effectively with our student body including but not limited to:

I.2.3. Ancestral groups.

I.2.4. Students with disabilities.

I.2.5. Gender groups.

I.2.6. LGBTQIA.

I.2.7. Current and former military population.

I.2.8. Age groups (traditional and non-traditional students).

I.2.9. Religious groups.

I.2.10. Financial security.

I.2.11. Family status (e.g. parents, caregivers).