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 How to Maximize Learning Outcomes for Tulane's Neurodiverse Student Population Special Guest: Dr. Jane Thierfeld Brown Goldman Center for Student Accessibility

Lunch Provided!

Admission: Please RSVP for this event.

Music Rising at Tulane presents In Alignment, an educational workshop on healing and advocacy. Dr. Veronica Lewis will discuss how to self-advocate in the physician's office and the artists/healers Spirit McIntyre and Janet Sula Evans-Mshakamari will share self-care practices that participants can use to nurture and sustain their bodies and spirits.

Join the conversation about Tulane's resources for faculty professional development in intercultural competence and global learning and leave with techniques that you can apply to your classroom today. This interactive session will explore ways in which culture plays a role in the classroom and provide resources for faculty to harness the international experiences of the Tulane community.


Please RSVP. Lunch is provided!

Through participation in two national surveys of undergraduates, Tulane learns about the expectations of its incoming freshmen (TFS) as well as the actual experiences of students at Tulane (NSSE). Data gleaned from these surveys can help faculty better understand our student population and their experiences and, thus, inform teaching practices.

This seminar will increase student motivation, produce higher-quality student work, and encourage student responsibility and academic integrity, all while making assessment less stressful for students and simplifying the grading process for themselves.

A fun and unique way to foster community and collaboration across departments and schools.

Hiring students to help with classes and research can be mutually beneficial, but it's important that faculty follow proper procedures. Student employees make up the largest percentage of Tulane's workforce, come learn about what it takes to get your students hired and gain some tips on how to manage them effectively.

 Universal design (UD) for learning is an approach to designing course instruction, materials, evaluation, activities, and content in such a way that all people can participate in the educational process without adaptation or modification. Using this concept, many formal accommodations will likely be avoided because options for learning and evaluation are accessible to everyone.

 You can create a more engaged atmosphere in any size class, small to large to very large, with little to no planning. This session will model a number of possibilities.