Showcase Profiles Submission Form

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The Innovative Teaching Showcase spotlights WWU instructors' best practices in pedagogy, instructional technologies, and expanded learning environments. This year's theme is "Engaging Social Justice." While only a few can be fully featured each year, clearly there are many educators doing this essential work. This year's Showcase will include a Profiles page to expand the view of their work at WWU. Please submit a short summary describing how your course/curriculum utilizes social justice, including but not limited to the following:

  • highlighting themes of social justice, equity, inclusion, and/or democratic engagement in course content or materials;
  • making space for challenging discussions among peers and professionals around issues of diversity, current events, and society;
  • using instructional methods that facilitate exploration of identities;
  • designing projects that encourage students to engage with diverse communities and develop cultural competence;
  • facilitating activities that promote understanding of privilege and oppression;
  • developing assignments that help students identify and confront patterns of inequality or discrimination.

For more information about the Showcase, see About or Showcase Index.

Please keep your submission between 100-200 words. You are welcome to include a URL/link to additional online materials. Alternatively, the CIIA will draft a summary, to be approved by you, based on your materials. Email attachments (or submissions) to:

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