Providing and Managing a Diverse and Accessible Classroom/Community Through Technological Means
February 10 @ 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm EST| Free
Although distanced learning can have many potential benefits, including making it easier for students to schedule classes around their other life commitments, we’ve seen that this format can also highlight and widen learning and accessibility gaps. In this session, we’ll discuss strategies for ensuring our (virtual and tech-enhanced) classrooms are equitable, ethical, and promote community building. We will brainstorm resources and share experiences regarding how to support students’ self-discovery on issues of privacy, decolonization, and accessibility.