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Diversity & Inclusion: Inclusive Pedagogy Panel - Shared screen with speaker view
Ellen Pozzi
01:19:03
David—do you have some suggestions for ways you can tap into our students’ fund of knowledge—how do we acknowledge what they bring to our classes.
Kara Rabbitt (she/her)
01:23:31
I love that: “learn to be wrong better next time”!
Wendy Wright (she/hers)
01:25:28
It seems to me that a lot of this is about who we are, as much and more than who our students are. Based on all three of your presentations, it seems we might be called to:- think self-critically about our role as people who hold real and practical power in courses.- reconsider who we consider to be part of our community (who counts as 'we').- and try to see and respect our students as full, complex human beings who should be (and should be supported in) self-determining.
Ellen Frye
01:26:07
Absolutely, great!
Sean Wilson
01:26:16
Great points David!
David Fuentes
01:26:28
Thank you!
Ellen Pozzi
01:26:37
Thank you David—that was helpful.
David Fuentes
01:26:52
Thx for Question!
Kimberly Dimino DNP, RN, CCRN-K
01:26:55
excellent points! Thank you!
Ellen Pozzi
01:28:08
I really like thinking about equitable outcomes
Jungyun Won
01:28:11
Thank you Liz, David, and Kara for the helpful session!
West Moss
01:28:28
This was very informative. Thank you for this presentation.
Gamin Bartle
01:28:30
This was excellent, thank you so much!
kate makarec
01:28:34
Thank you!
Justina Ekeocha
01:28:38
Thank you presenters...much appreciated!