Join Adam Nemeroff (Dartmouth College), Kate Sonka (Michigan State University), and Jeremy Van Hof (Michigan State University) as they discuss how to make higher education teaching and learning environments more inclusive and accessible for all students. Come for the engaging conversations. Stay for the dad jokes.
Episode 7: Culture and Activities
In this episode, we explore topics related to creating classroom culture and activities.
Episode 6: Assessment Part 2
In this episode, we continue our conversations about assessment and student learning.
Episode 5: Assessment
In this episode, we talk about the importance of assessment for student learning.
Episode 4: Foundations of Learning Design
In this episode, the hosts dig into starting a learning design process with backwards design, and learning outcomes first. This is an important first step towards building an inclusive culture in your classroom.
Episode 3: Syllabus Components
In this episode, the hosts dig into the specific things to include in your syllabus to create a course that cares. This is a follow-up to episode 2. Make sure to watch that first!
Episode 2: The Syllabus
In this episode: Adam, Kate, and Jeremy talk about what the syllabus is and what it can convey within a course. This is an important explicit and explicit way of conveying what a course is about and how the teacher sees their role in the learning experience. This is the defining document within a course design process.