Inclusive Teaching: Reaching More Students
A leader of change and innovation in higher ed for 35 years, José Antonio Bowen will highlight inclusive teaching strategies you can put into action to ensure every student thrives
September 29th 2:00PM EDT
Even when we care deeply about equity and inclusion, we may not be reaching as many students as we think. Diverse students bring with them different assumptions about you, your material, themselves and our world. Taking the time to consider inclusivity (yes, even in STEM fields) can make you a better teacher for everyone.
In this exclusive webinar, José Antonio Bowen, educator and author of Teaching Change, shares practical strategies you can implement today to dramatically improve learning for all—especially the underrepresented students in your class.
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- Why all good teaching is inclusive teaching
- How transparency reduces barriers between you and your students
- Simple techniques to foster engagement and belonging
- Using scaffolding and other pedagogical approaches to help all students thrive
Bowen’s latest book advocates for the new 3Rs—relationships, resilience, and reflection—to better prepare students for success in higher education and beyond.
About the Speaker
José Antonio Bowen has spent more than 35 years leading change and innovation at Stanford, Georgetown and the University of Southampton. Educator, scholar and author of Teaching Change and Teaching Naked, Bowen consults with both higher ed institutions and Fortune 500 companies on innovation, leadership, pedagogy and diversity and inclusion. A pioneer in classroom design and technology, Bowen’s work has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, PBS, NPR and more.