Implementing Intercultural Pedagogy Strategies in Online Learning
Intercultural pedagogy refers to the range of teaching and curricular approaches that improve students’ abilities to communicate and work across cultural, social, and personal differences.
This workshop explores intercultural pedagogy and strategies to enhance its use in online classrooms. We will specifically delve into the concept of valuing assets that students bring to classrooms, one of several components of intercultural pedagogy.
Embracing an asset-based perspective, participants will acquire knowledge that can be useful to centering diversity, equity, and inclusion in their pedagogy and practice the application of intercultural pedagogy strategies in their own online teaching contexts.
Name the tenets of intercultural pedagogy [as related to students’ assets]
Give examples of cultural assets students bring to a course in your disciplinary context
Apply to your teaching an intercultural pedagogy strategy that leverages cultural assets
This workshop has a cap of 30 registrants.
Rob Hill, PhD, Postdoctoral Scholar in the Searle Center for Advancing Learning and Teaching at Northwestern University.
Omari W. Keeles, PhD, MPH, Assistant Director for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Northwestern University’s Searle Center for Advancing Learning and Teaching.