Melissa Durham & Edith Mirzaian discuss diversity, equity, and inclusion in course design during the September 2021 Faculty Showcase.
Tessa Milman & Janet Gunter discuss inclusive practices in occupational therapy during the September 2021 Faculty Showcase.
Preparing reflective practitioners: Considering intersectionality, identity, and bias in occupational therapy
Jennifer Jones and Allison Chu discuss student reflection exercises at the September 2021 Faculty Showcase.
September 2021 Faculty Showcase presentation by Dana Chinn. Discusses the design of a Blackboard course for students to learn about writing about race and ethnicity.
Elizabeth Galoozis and Karen Howell discuss DEI resources available at the USC Libraries during the September 2021 Faculty Showcase.
A discussion of faculty considerations for planning for Fall 2021, a semester for which there are a lot of unknowns. Includes strategies for being proactive to deal with possible complications and valuable resources for faculty.
Teaching and course design practices that can help mitigate the negative impact stress and trauma can have on students’ learning.
A selection of literature resources discussing the impacts of limiting the amount of instructor lecture time on student learning.
The following set of videos provide an overview of the theories, models, techniques, and strategies promoted by the USC Center for Excellence in Teaching.
Challenging Discussions is a resource for USC faculty who would like help in managing potentially difficult dialogues in their classes. This series focuses on handling discussions that involve emotionally charged, controversial, or sometimes deeply personal topics. Modules cover all aspects of incorporating discussions in courses, including course design and discussion facilitation.