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Antiracist Pedagogy: From Faculty to Design and Assessment

  • 21 Apr 2021
  • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • via Zoom


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Antiracist Pedagogy:  From Faculty to Design and Assessment

April 21, 2021

11:00AM - 12noon ET

Via Zoom

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:  

Session Outcomes: 

  • 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

Presented by: 

Dr. Mamta Saxena, Director of Assessment, College of Professional Studies, Northeastern University

Dr. Wendy Crocker, Assoc. Teaching Professor, College of Professional Studies, 

Northeastern University

Cost:  this event is free for NEean members, and costs $10 for non-members.  

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