Academic & Liberal Studies
Krasna BaoticFaculty, School of Academic & Liberal Studies
Krasna uses an in-class activity to help students deconstruct privilege and think critically about lived experiences and systems of oppression.
Matt SajnFaculty, School of Academic & Liberal Studies
Matt develops student-curated playlists to build community and give students an opportunity to learn about their peers in online courses.
Stephanie SnihurFaculty, School of Academic & Liberal Studies
Stephanie utilizes alternative assessments that incorporate principles of Universal Design for Learning to allow students flexibility and choice in expressing their knowledge.
Business, Hospitality & Environment
Monique FinleyFaculty, School of Business
Monique creates video announcements in online courses to support student success and learning in an accessible and inclusive manner.
Community & Health Studies
Jackie FrailFaculty, School of Community Services
Jackie leverages visual syllabi to assist students in understanding course learning outcomes and to prepare for evaluations and assessments. Jackie also incorporates personal development activities into weekly course activities to support student wellbeing.
Jodi SteeleFaculty, School of Justice & Fitness
Jodi facilitates positive learning environments by utilizing engaging activities to foster connections between students.
Natalie MazzarelliFaculty, School of Justice & Fitness
Natalie approaches groupwork in large classes from an inclusive lens to ensure students are comfortable working with others.
Christina FontanaFaculty, School of English Language Studies
Christina leverages guided practice methods to assist with meeting the needs of all students in her classes.
Media, Trades, & Technology
Annette Dearling-ManchesterFaculty, School of Trades
Annette leverages a liquid syllabus to reach students and build connections at the start of the academic term.
Lori RavensborgFaculty, School of Media
Lori incorporates Peer Awards in Acting for Film and Television courses to promote participation, collaboration, and peer recognition.