Inclusive Pedagogy - queensu.ca

Inclusive Pedagogy - queensu.ca

IN W P E V I S U L C H A T E , R W H IN G Y C E

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O U T L IT Y G O U O Y D F A IE R N S E D H H A U

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P IC Y E S WHAT IS INCLUSIVE PEDAGOGY? Inclusive pedagogy is a student-centered approach to teaching that pays attention to the varied background, learning styles and abilities of all the learners. It is a method of teaching in which instructors and students work together to create a supportive and open environment that fosters social justice and allows each individual to be fully present and feel equally valued. Adapted from the Center for New Designs in Learning & Scholarship SYLLABUS STATEMENTS Preferred Name & Pronouns Inviting students to share names and pronouns with you Sharing your own with them Inclusion in the Classroom Respect for each other

Intent to be inclusive Encouragement of student engagement Washroom Locations Recognition of barriers that gendered washrooms presents for some individuals List available on Equity and Human Rights Offices Facebook SYLLABUS STATEMENTS ONQ NAME CHANGES STEP 1 STEP 2 PEER-TO-PEER LEARNING Positioning students as educators/teachers Deconstructing the power dynamic in the classroom Exercises in class where students are encouraged to bring their backgrounds, experiences, previous learning to the discussion (case study, policy/process experts, Q & A, contemporary stories) Assignments where students are invited to share their knowledge and experiences with each other (peer-review of essay outline*, in-class presentation) *essential to have clear guidelines for the peer review

Tools to Support Peer Review: Arpa STUDENT FEEDBACK/COURSE DESIGN Attendance feedback each week (I like/How About) Anonymous Exit Ticket (bi-weekly) Do you find the discussion slides helpful (i.e. power point slides)? Do like small group work, large class discussion and/or case studies/real life examples? Any other activities you want to try in class? Today we discussed the group presentation photovoice project, do you feel like you have a clear understanding of this assignment? INCLUSIVE PEDAGOGY IN PRACTICE Meeting students where they are Student focused and centered Consciously challenging the power dynamics in a classroom Learning from one another Responding to students needs throughout the course Continual learning and change

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