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Practicing the Equitable, Transformative Pedagogy We Preach

In November of 1975, the great writer, Black feminist theorist, and critical pedagogy advocate Audre Lorde had a nightmare that many instructors will recognize: “Dream — a classroom — am I the teacher or a student? I have not attended enough –either lost or late. Exam approaching — how can it be a class — how can I …

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Helping Faculty Manage Reopening Risks

As colleges and universities prepare for the start of the 2021-22 academic year, uncertainty abounds. More contagious COVID-19 variants and increasing case counts are causing some institutions to pivot at the last minute to remote learning and others to mandate vaccines and/or masking. Public health guidance is evolving at a rapid pace and often lacks the specificity …

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