Professor Angela Jenks of UCI notes: "The COVID-19 pandemic has intensified long-standing inequities based in race, ethnicity, class, and ability. As faculty and students contend with the challenges of teaching and learning during this crisis, it is essential that we prioritize inclusive pedagogical practices. This presentation identifies common barriers to inclusive teaching and offers concrete strategies for designing courses, assignments, and class policies to create equitable and accessible learning environments for all students."
View the "Putting Inclusive Pedagogy into Practice" webinar recording (10.20.20)
Bio: Angela Jenks is a medical anthropologist and Associate Professor of Teaching in the Department of Anthropology at the University of California, Irvine. Her research explores the way anthropological notions of culture, race, and difference are invoked in the development of "cultural competence" efforts in four intersecting areas of the US health system: health disparities research, medical education, managed care, and ethnically-specialized clinics. Dr. Jenks's current work focuses on anthropology pedagogy and strategies for communicating social science insights to broad publics. She is the recipient of multiple teaching awards and is a founding editor and current Editor-in-Chief of the Teaching and Learning Anthropology Journal.