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Learning Module: Anti-Racism, EDI and Positionality in Teaching and Learning
Racism has a long and complex history within our post-secondary education system. Access, opportunities and academic success have long been limited to certain racialized groups. This online module addresses the history of racism, anti-racist pedagogy and strategies for anti-racist education.
Diversifying Course Content Through an EDI Perspective
Integrating equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) into your course design can create powerful opportunities but also generate many questions. This resource outlines strategies for diversifying course content that can be used during the early stages of course design or after the course begins.
Innovative Approaches to Course Design
Innovative course design enhances student engagement and learning through student motivation, heightened interaction and insightful learning assessments (Mintz, 2021). This resource summarizes three innovative course designs that enhance the student learning experience while supporting course learner outcomes.
Universal Design for Learning in Higher Education
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework that guides the design of courses and learning environments to appeal to the largest number of learners. This guide outlines the principles of UDL and provides examples of how it could be implemented in university courses.
- Academic Integrity and Student Conduct: Considerations for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
- Academic Integrity: Considerations for Accessibility, Equity, and Inclusion
- Advancing EDI in Online Teaching and Learning Environments
- Alternative Online Assessments
- An Indigenous Approach to Validating Curriculum
- Creating a Culture of Equity in Academic Integrity: Best Practices for Teaching and Learning
- Cultivating Relational Accountability in Curriculum Development Approaches
- Disabling Learning Environments: Challenging Ableism in Your Teaching Practices
- Diversifying Course Content Through an EDI Perspective
- EDI in Health Professions Education: Identity, Intersectionality and Praxis