Christian Friedrich discusses equity in learning design on episode 182 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Quotes from the episode
I always try to work with the learners themselves.
Lots of faculty fall into the trap of judging people’s contexts by looking at their own … that’s how we work as humans.
There are many layers where you cannot be “right” in your course design and where you have to make tough choices.
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