Course Description

This course focuses on equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility (EDIA) within postsecondary teaching and learning. This course requires participants to reflect on their own positionality and its impact within the classroom, while also examining their pedagogical practice through an equitable lens. Participants will also analyze exclusion and inclusion within their discipline and curriculum, actively working to identify inclusive and equitable teaching strategies to promote an equitable learning environment for all students. The capstone project will involve participants drafting an EDIA Statement, that will encourage them to reflect on their beliefs about EDI and how they seek to promote those values through their teaching practice.


Course Details

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the implications of their positionality (social identities) and those of their students' in the context of teaching and learning
  • Identifying inclusive teaching strategies catering to all students, including BIPOC, LGBTQ2A+, Persons with Disabilities, and neurodivergent among others. 
  • Reflect on their teaching in view of systemic inequalities and its impact on equity-deserving groups
  • Draft an EDIA statement for their teaching dossier 
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Online Asynchronous
May 07, 2024 to Jun 07, 2024
Course Fees
No Cost non-credit $0.00
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