Mar 30, 2023
DGS 290 - Culturally Responsive Campus 5.0 Credits
What does it mean to be culturally responsive in our work as college faculty and staff? In this five-credit course, we’ll review the fundamentals of cultural responsiveness in education and explore what it means to “know yourself, know your students, and know your practice” (Gary Howard). Participants will then develop a project, applying cultural responsiveness to a specific aspect of their work. Participants may focus on teaching, advising, interacting with colleagues, or any aspect of their jobs that would benefit from a more culturally responsive approach. The hybrid course will include online activities and a two-hour weekly meeting; it will conclude with a presentation on the final project.
Quarters Typically Offered
Designed to Serve Faculty and staff in higher education.
Active Date 20190508T15:02:53
Grading System Credit/Non-Credit
Class Limit 25
Definitions of cultural responsiveness, the CR Framework, social/cultural identity, intersectionality, students by social identities (multilingual, international, students of color, and so forth), providing CR services, CR management, working with colleagues.
Student Learning Outcomes
Articulate how cultural responsiveness is relevant to one's role in higher education, based on the institution's mission and values in diversity and equity
Accurately explain key vocabulary and concepts in the field of culturally responsive education/organizations.
Identify present-day and historical influences related to diversity and equity on themselves, their students, their colleagues, and their communities.
Apply culturally responsive approaches to specific aspects of their work.
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