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Designing Equity Minded Professional Learning Programs
Institution Strategy & Program Planning
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Teacher: Sim BarhoumTeacher: Eric BishopTeacher: Ian ChestnutTeacher: Jonathan HendersonTeacher: Krystal HendersonTeacher: Tina KingTeacher: Ray (test) Ramirez (test)

Designing Equity Minded Professional Learning Programs

Professional Learning (PL) can be leveraged to catalyze campus transformation and introduce learning opportunities for education professionals to learn evidence-based practices that support student success. This course will provide higher education practitioners with information to intentionally design professional learning with Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion as core competency areas. In addition, the course will provide an overview of professional learning, and its impact on student success and introduce a framework for strategic planning. The framework can be applied to a new program or a current program.

Teacher: Eric BishopTeacher: Jonathan HendersonTeacher: Krystal HendersonTeacher: Janue JohnsonTeacher: Tina KingTeacher: Ray (test) Ramirez (test)

Equity Minded Hiring Practices

This course delves into the crucial realm of equity-minded faculty hiring practices within higher education institutions. Learners will gain insights into prevalent myths and misconceptions surrounding faculty of color, which often hinder efforts to cultivate diverse faculty communities in colleges and universities. By unpacking these misconceptions, learners will develop a nuanced understanding of the challenges and opportunities in fostering faculty diversity.

Moreover, the course equips learners with the skills to design hiring practices that prioritize faculty diversity. They will explore strategies that have demonstrated effectiveness in promoting fairness and equity throughout the faculty hiring process. From cultivating inclusive search committees to implementing proactive outreach strategies, learners will learn actionable steps to create a more inclusive and diverse faculty body.

After completing this course, learners will be empowered to advocate for and implement sustainable practices that support the recruitment and retention of diverse faculty members.