This microcredential prepares educators to incorporate more complex pedagogical designs for equity and inclusion.
Critical practices for multimodalities offer pedagogical strategies for realizing interdisciplinary academic objectives related to critical consciousness and digital composition. Indeed, the module is theoretically informed by Culturally Responsive Pedagogy and Universal Design for Learning to humanize all students.
Educators must construct a plan for incorporating more complex stories when defining others into your everyday teaching practices to support equity and inclusion.
In what ways do “single stories” impact our own identities, and determine how we socially construct narratives around others?
- Synthesize that that it is common human behavior to group people we encounter across difference into categories, however, sometimes these categories become “”single stories”” that provide an incomplete and simplistic understanding of the identities of others.
- Develop a working definition of “”otherness”” and recognize how single stories cal to lead to rendering others invisible.
- Assess the use of the “”multiple stories”” in a teaching situation.