ON DEMAND WEBINAR
Building the Right Foundation, the Right Way: Curricular Mapping for Equity and Student Success
August 9, 2023 @ 1:00 PM Pacific
Curriculum mapping and its upkeep is often relegated to a faculty colleague or administrator who has been voluntold to be responsible for it – usually for accreditation purposes. However, building a strong curriculum map and using it effectively, as a program, offers exponential value: for faculty learning and development, programmatic continuous improvement and in planning interventions to bolster student success.
Attend this webinar to gain a brief overview of the language, tools, strategies, and techniques to engage in mapping – a seemingly arduous task – in ways that advances Universal Design Learning (UDL), inclusive teaching and learning best practices, and Equity – all for faculty and student success.
Meet the presenter
Dr. Divya Bheda is an education consultant with over 15 years of experience leading educator professional development in brick and mortar, and online learning contexts. She has led continuous improvement and DEI efforts at UT Austin, National University, and in the WSCUC region. Dr. Bheda is a leader in culturally relevant program evaluation, transformative outcomes assessment, and effective strategic planning for continuous improvement across all departments, disciplines, and divisions in higher education.
Her national and international workshops, panels, and keynotes focus on educational best practices to serve students. She imbues social justice in all she offers and champions equity and organizational responsiveness for student success. As a people developer and organizational capacity builder in the higher ed, non-profit, and ed tech spaces, she has facilitated, guided, and mentored many on the path to educational activism and meaningful change.
She holds a PhD in Critical and Socio-Cultural Studies in Education, an M.S. in Educational Leadership, and an M.A. in Mass Communication. Connect with Dr. Bheda on LinkedIn.
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