On Feb. 26 and 27, the Office of Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement (ODECE) is excited to welcome Ashley Finley, who will lead the first round of Inclusive Pedagogy Workshops for the 2018 spring semester.
Finley is the associate vice president for Academic Affairs and dean of the Dominican experience at Dominican University of California, as well as the national evaluator for the Bringing Theory to Practice (BTtoP) project. Her research and campus-based work focuses on connecting best practices for program implementation, assessment design and inclusive excellence with institutional goals and strategic planning.
“Dr. Finley will present three different workshops on topics specifically connected to High Impact Practices in education, which is the theme connecting our Inclusive Pedagogy Workshops this year,” said Alaina Beaver, initiatives director of social climate strategy in ODECE. “Dr. Finley’s work will provide ideas and resources that can be immediately applied to the classroom.”
ODECE's inclusive pedagogy series is part of the Boulder campus's efforts related to making excellence inclusive. Inclusive Pedagogy Workshops are intended to expose attendees to a wide variety of ideas and resources for making their materials, course design and learning experiences more inclusive and welcoming for all students.
If you go
Workshop 1: What Makes Learning Engaging and for Whom?
Monday, Feb. 26, 9–10:30 a.m., UMC Aspen Rooms
Workshop 2: What Does Success Look Like?: Measuring High-Impact Practices and Student Learning Using VALUE Rubrics
Monday, Feb. 26, 1–2:30 p.m., UMC Aspen Rooms
Workshop 3: Why Student Well-Being is An Essential Part of a Commitment to High-Impact Practices and Inclusive Excellence
Tuesday, Feb. 27, 9–10:30 a.m., UMC Aspen Rooms
These sessions are open to faculty, staff, graduate students and undergraduate students.