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Inclusive Teaching Fellows Workshops

Best Practices for Engaging Students and Incorporating Critical Thinking in Workshop 
Thursday, February 29th from 1-2:30

Promoting Inclusivity through Collaborative Annotation This workshop will offer an overview of how to incorporate collaborative annotation into course assignments using Perusall to promote close reading, critical thinking, active engagement and an inclusive environment for online, hybrid, and face to face classes.

Presented by
Giuliana Lund, Ph.D.

Earn completion badges through the UHD Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence (CTLE) for each workshop by submitting a brief survey/reflection after attending. If you earn all three badges in the series, you will earn the Inclusive Teaching microcredential as part of the UHD Teaching Certificate program run by the CTLE. Note that this is the same microcredential offered for a different series of Inclusive Teaching related workshops last semester. Completion of three additional microcredentials in the CTLE series leads to the final certificate, which triggers a $500 stipend.

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