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Practical Solutions for Faculty: Creating an Inclusive Classroom Climate and Culture

For faculty who are creating an inclusive classroom where all students feel valued and seen, this Magna Online Course instills practical tactics and strategies from experienced educators to implement into day-to-day teaching to ensure an inclusive environment for all.

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Group Enrollment Pricing
1 person$329 per person
2-4 people$295 per person
5-9 people$209 per person
10-19 people$165 per person
20-39 people$139 per person
Group Enrollment discounts are applied in the cart.
The course enrollment will expire one year after activation.

It’s been said that “you don’t know what you don’t know”. That’s why it’s so crucial to be aware of issues such as cultural differences, hidden disabilities, and trauma sensitivity, in order to reflect on one’s own implicit biases. Educators not only need to be mindful of their own assumptions but also of the quality of the social and emotional dynamics in their classes, because all these factors impact learning and performance.

Practical Solutions for Faculty: Creating an Inclusive Classroom Climate and Culture is an 8.5-hour Magna Online Course which starts by helping you build awareness and then takes you beyond to provide strategies for teaching all students in a more inclusive and equitable way.

Practical Solutions for Faculty: Creating an Inclusive Classroom Climate and Culture dives deep into topics that influence classroom culture and climate, including trauma sensitivity, intercultural competence, neurodiversity, disabilities, equity, inclusion, and conflict resolution.

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Learning Goals

After completing Practical Solutions for Faculty: Creating an Inclusive Classroom Climate and Culture, you’ll be able to:

  • Understand common barriers and triggers for trauma survivors in the learning environment
  • Build trauma-sensitive tools to help students deal with stress and anxiety
  • Learn three key skills to obtaining intercultural competence
  • Characterize what defines an otherwise qualified student in the college/university setting
  • Discern the difference between accommodations and modifications
  • Develop support mechanisms that empower socially challenged students to succeed in collaborative learning tasks
  • Identify topics and readings that address equity whether you teach in the humanities, social sciences, arts, or STEM fields
  • Pinpoint ways that graphic novels can support diverse student populations through differentiated instruction
  • Comprehend the impact of microaggressions on learners
  • Learn how to craft an effective strategy for diffusing conflict and apply it to the online classroom

An inclusive classroom creates a supportive environment for all learners, respecting people from all learning abilities, backgrounds, and cultures. Let Practical Solutions for Faculty: Creating an Inclusive Classroom Climate and Culture provide you with expert guidance to ensure an environment where everyone feels valued and truly part of the community.

This asynchronous course also features transcripts, note-taking guides, supplementary materials, and regular assessments to enhance your learning, as well as a certificate of completion at the end of the course.

Who Will Benefit From This Course:

  • Faculty
  • Educational Developers
  • Anyone wanting to create an inclusive classroom environment


“With all the socioeconomic, traumatic and pandemic concerns that we all are facing, the ability to teach provides us educators with a platform to guide our students towards a successful future, but also a meaningful present. These lessons contained within this course continue to build the foundation for educators to instill trustworthiness, collaboration and empowerment to our students. We influence beyond our classroom and these courses are solid pieces to always continue to improve. Well done!” –
Registrant who completed this course

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Discount pricing is available for multiple seats purchased at the same time.
For 10 or more seats, please contact Magna Sales at sales@magnapubs.com or call 800-433-0499 ext. 183 to receive a customized quote.

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The course enrollment will expire one year from date of purchase.

HOW TO ORDER:

  1. Order online-Use order button on this page
  2. Use the PDF order form PDF document icon and return it by mail or email
    Mail to: Magna Publications, 2718 Dryden Dr., Madison, WI 53704
    E-mail: Send your registration information to: support@magnapubs.com

 

Product Code: PO21EA

 

Meet Your Presenters

MaryAnn Raybuck
NOVACares Case Manager, Northern Virginia Community College

Mays Imad, PhD
Professor, Department of Life and Physical Science and Coordinator, Pima Community College

Kate Sweeney
Lecturer in Discipline of Strategic Communications, Columbia University

Sara Schley
Professor & Director of Research Center for Teaching and Learning, Rochester Institute of Technology

Flower Darby
Faculty and Author of Small Teaching Online: Applying Learning Science in Online Classes

Dina Leland
Disability Specialist, President (NV-AHEAD), University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Amy B. Mulnix, PhD
Director of the Faculty Center, Franklin and Marshall College

Dorian Rhea Debussy, PhD
Associate Director, Office for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Kenyon College

Stephanie Delaney, PhD
Vice President of Instruction, Renton Technical College

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Purchase Options

Group Enrollment Pricing
1 person$329 per person
2-4 people$295 per person
5-9 people$209 per person
10-19 people$165 per person
20-39 people$139 per person
Group Enrollment discounts are applied in the cart.
The course enrollment will expire one year after activation.

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