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Developing Inclusive Habits in the Classroom

Developing Inclusive Habits in the Classroom

Dr. Mailee Kue (Assistant Vice President for Student Engagement and Title IX Deputy Coordinator);
 Dr. Nicole Freiner (Associate Professor, Department of History and Social Sciences),
Dr. Eileen Kwesiga (Associate Professor, Department of Management),
Dr. Judith McDonnell (Professor, Department of History and Social Sciences and Coordinator, Sport Studies Concentration),
Dr. Alex Perullo (Professor, Department of English and Cultural Studies and Director, Global Studies),


An inclusive classroom climate refers to an environment where all students feel supported intellectually and academically and are extended a sense of belonging in the classroom regardless of identity, learning preferences, or education. Such environments are sustained when instructors and students work together for thoughtfulness, respect, and academic excellence, and are key to encouraging the academic success of all students. Research indicates that many students may be more likely to prosper academically in settings with more collaborative modes of learning that acknowledge students’ personal experiences (Kaplan & Miller, 2007). Hear from a panel of current Bryant faculty members who will provide insight and share how they have been inclusive in their classrooms. They will also discuss the challenges of developing inclusive habits in the classroom.



Tuesday, November 5, 2019
3:00pm - 4:00pm
Bryant University
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The Office of Faculty Development and Innovation

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