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Evaluation of DEIJ practices in learning spaces

Author(s): Naziea Fruits1, Carrie Diaz Eaton2, Dr Pankaj Mehrotra3

1. Bates College , Maine 2. Bates College, Maine 3. University of the People, California, United States of America

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Our Accelerating Systemic Change Network (ASCN) Working Group 5 is a group which focuses on DEIJ - Diversity, Equity, Inclusive and Justice. Taking into account the evolution of learning environments both in-person and virtual we have created a…

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Our Accelerating Systemic Change Network (ASCN) Working Group 5 is a group which focuses on DEIJ - Diversity, Equity, Inclusive and Justice. Taking into account the evolution of learning environments both in-person and virtual we have created a rubric which is accessible for all educators to assess and then improve the learning outcomes of courses. This is a collaboration between ASCN and the RIOS Institute.

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Version 1.0 - published on 07 Mar 2024 doi:10.25334/SBR7-7R50 - cite this

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A criteria-based rubric of about three pages has been developed to assess the outcome of IDEAS practices for in-person and virtual learning environments. The importance of this rubric is that it presents professors the opportunities to facilitate learning by enhancing student interactions, student-professor interactions, and integration of technology & resources and creating learning spaces and choosing appropriate learning activities i.e. Amplification of the above opportunities helps to bring systematic change to their courses and pass them onto institutions.

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