Inclusive Learning Environments

In collaboration with the Office of Safe Disclosure & Human Rights and Organizational Learning & Effectiveness, CTL is pleased to present a new series of workshops that will enable participants to better understand inclusiveness in learning environments.  

Inclusive Learning Environments
 

Part 3. Managing Diversity in the Classroom
Wade King, Safe Disclosure and Human Rights Advisor and Catherine Anley, Employment Equity Advisor, Organizational Learning and Effectiveness 

March 21, 2014 | 10:00 - 11:30 am | Edmonton Clinic Health Academy (ECHA) L1 420

Do you ever wonder how inclusive your classroom is for students from other cultures?  Do you ever feel challenged facilitating a respectful, inclusive, and collegial discussion in the classroom? Different cultural orientations can impact communication and engagement.  Join us to learn more about diversity and inclusion in the classroom.  Practical examples and scenarios will be used to facilitate discussion.

 

Part 2. Duty to Accommodate in the Classroom
Wade King, Safe Disclosure and Human Rights Advisor and Dr. Wendy Doughty, Director Student Success Centre

November 6, 2013 | 10:00 - 11:30 am | Telus Centre Room 217/219

This session will include an introduction to human rights legislation and UAlberta policy to assist participants in meeting the University's legal and ethical responsibility to ensure all students have equal opportunity in their learning programs.  Practical examples and scenarios will be used to facilitate discussion.  

 

Part 1. Conflict and Bullying in the Learning Environment
Wade King, Safe Disclosure and Human Rights Advisor and Catherine Anley, Employment Equity Advisor, Organizational Learning and Effectiveness

March 19,  2013 | 10:00 - 11:30 am | Telus Centre Room 236/238

This session will enable participants to better understand the dynamics of bullying and conflict in learning environments.  Strategies to manage the behaviours will be introduced.  Participants can expect an engaging and interactive session featuring group discussions and videos that will provide them with some of the latest information,  UAlberta policies, resources and tools available to assist in preventing and addressing bullying and conflict. 

 

Accessibility:  The Telus Centre is a wheelchair accessible building. Sign language interpreting services, realtime captioning, or other access-related services or accommodations can be arranged. Contact Catherine Anley, Employment Equity Advisor at 492.3020 or catherine.anley@ualberta.ca one week prior to each session.