Inclusive Pedagogy

The Inclusive Pedagogy Cohort is a program sponsored by the Office of the Provost to enhance the use of inclusive teaching practices at the University of Richmond.

This initiative offers a select cohort of faculty the opportunity to come together to engage with readings, share ideas, and reflect on teaching all with the goal of deepening existing knowledge of inclusive teaching practices and developing new strategies for ensuring that all students feel welcome, supported, and able to succeed within the classroom. Led by co-facilitators (one cohort participant and one Faculty Hub consultant), the IPcohort meets every two weeks during the academic year. While the fall semester is reserved for the group to learn together, in the spring semester, the group’s focus shifts to developing resources, workshops, and/or other types of programming designed to share knowledge and promote continued discussion of inclusive teaching with other members of the University community.

For more information about the Inclusive Pedagogy cohort, please email Kylie Korsnack.