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English: E&I Scholars Panel PPT
Date 19 May 2022(2022-05-19)
File source Celebrate Learning Week 2022
Author Community Building Through and in the Disciplines: Sociology & Anthropology — Neil Armitage, Sociology

The Community as a Teacher: Addressing Issues of Sexual Diversity, Drug Use and Addiction Within the Undergraduate Dental and Dental Hygiene Curricula — Mario Brondani, Oral Health Sciences; Leeann Donnelly, Oral Health and Biomedical Sciences Learning from Strangers: Building Institutional Capacities for Inclusion and Intercultural Communication in UBC Classrooms — Janice Stewart, Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality & Social Justice & Annette Henry, Language & Literacy Education Increasing Accessibility and Equity in Health and Human Service Educational Programs – What are the Best Instructional Practices in Clinical Education? — Tal Jarus, Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy; Shahbabo Zaman Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy Embedding Equity and Community Engagement in Asian Canadian Studies Curriculum — Chris Lee, English/Asian Canadian and Asian Migration Studies

Enhancing Equity Across Active-learning Introductory Science Courses — Christine Goedhart, Botany & Skylight: Science Centre for Learning and Teaching; Karen Smith, Microbiology and Immunology; Jaclyn Stewart, Senior Instructor, Chemistry

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