The Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences launched its Inclusive Teaching Learning Community this semester under the guidance of assistant professor Liberty Hamilton and clinical assistant professor Mirza Lugo-Neris. The community brings together faculty, staff, and doctoral students in a space to plan, practice, and engage with inclusive teaching strategies.
Alex Scott is a third-year doctoral student in the School of Journalism and Media and the Assistant Instructor for Intermediate Photographic Communication (J311D). He previously taught at the International Center of Photography and the University of Missouri- Columbia.
Teaching and Learning in the News
COVID-19: Current Times & Looking Ahead
- Embracing Change Without Breaking Stride: Seven Strategies to be an Adaptive Instructor
- Supporting Student Well-being During COVID-19
- How to Recover the Joy of Teaching after an Online Pivot
Inclusive Teaching Practices
- 6 Quick Ways to be More Inclusive in a Virtual Classroom
- Inclusive and Equitable Teaching: ACUE Curriculum Crosswalk
- Gender Bias in TA Evals
- Traditional Teaching May Deepen Inequality. Can a Different Approach Fix It?
- Universally Designing in Universal Chaos
- For Those Who Need it Most: Using Active Inclusivity to Increase Office Hour Attendance and Extracurricular Activities
- Seven Ways You Can Foster a More Inclusive LGBTQIA+ Learning Environment
Online Teaching & Learning
- Keeping Students Engaged: How to Rethink Your Assessments Amidst the Shift to Online Learning
- Virtual Office Hours Get More Students in the Door. Will They Be Here to Stay?
- 5 Activity-based Learning Principles for the Digital Classroom
- Building Self-Efficacy: How to Feel Confident in Your Online Teaching
- Facilitating Effective Collaboration in Virtual Student Teams
- Planning a Great Online Class Through Roundabout Design
Effective Teaching Strategies
- Part One of Practical Mid-Career Teaching Reflections: Early Week Classroom Activities
- Part Two of Practical Mid-Career Teaching Reflections: Classroom Activities Throughout the Semester
- Part Three of Practical Mid-Career Teaching Reflections: Assignments
- Part Four of Practical Mid-Career Teaching Reflections: Guest Speakers and Tutorials
- Part Five of Practical Mid-Career Teaching Reflections: Grading and Further Reading