Antiracist Pedagogy: From Faculty to Design and Assessment
April 21, 2021
11:00AM - 12noon ET
Covid-19 and racial unrest have further exposed the US racist past and the enduring nature of systemic racism. From the perspective of both an assessment professional and a faculty member, we explore the use of reflection to create more equitable course design that includes curriculum content, delivery, and assessment. Come and join our “think aloud” and interactive discussion:
- Connect “culturally responsive pedagogy” with “antiracist pedagogy” (how we define these terms, and how we build from these understandings to design curriculum and assessment)
- Examine the considerations that influence curriculum design and assessment from an anti-racist perspective
- Unpack the elements of a draft model of equitable curriculum design and assessment strategies
- Consider the questions that would shape your own model for designing a course or curriculum based on principles of diversity, equity, and access
Dr. Mamta Saxena, Director of Assessment, College of Professional Studies, Northeastern University
Dr. Wendy Crocker, Assoc. Teaching Professor, College of Professional Studies,
Cost: this event is free for NEean members, and costs $10 for non-members.
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