IDEAL Pedagogy Projects
Every academic year, teams from departments, programs, or other academic groups across the university complete projects to increase inclusion, diversity, equity, and access in student learning. Below, you can explore brief explanatory videos and artifacts from completed team projects, and see which teams are currently working on projects.
Forming an IDEAL Pedagogy project team
Interested in forming, or joining, an IDEAL Pedagogy project team, but not sure how to proceed? Please feel welcome to email Kritika Yegnashankaran, Director of the IDEAL Pedagogy program, with your questions or to schedule a brief conversation: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Art and Art History
Goal: incorporate indigenous craft methods into the curriculum
Department team members: Emanuele Lugli, Sarah Peck, Bissera Pentcheva, Adam Tobin, Camille Utterback
The Art and Art History team helped realize a key project goal—developing teaching possibilities around objects and texts created by Native Americans—through organizing a Spring 2022 workshop by Native American Artist-Basket-Weaver, Corine Pearce.
Goal: Create an instructor’s guide to more inclusive assessments.
Department team members: Isaac Applebaum, Nathaniel Brown, Dory DeWeese, Jennifer Schwartz Poehlmann, Sameer Sundrani, Robert Waymouth
The Chemistry team achieved their goal by drafting an instructor’s guide to building effective and inclusive exams, which has been circulated among some other STEM departments.
Goal: Decenter the Western canon and integrate non-Western materials into the curriculum.
Department team members: Christina Kim, Charles Kronengold, Lloyd May, Michael Mulshine, Paul Phillips, Julie Zhu
Goal: Develop guidelines for designing quantitative courses to support students with different levels of prior preparation.
Department team members: Susan Clark, Bruce Macintosh, Adam Mantz, Enrique Lopez Rodriguez, Cyndia Yu
Making Introductory Astronomy Classes Inclusive and Effective (Google Doc)
Slides for the Astronomy Presentation (Google Slides; Stanford sign-in required)
Goal: Increase digital accessibility of visual course materials
Team members: Hans Bork, Micheal Duchesne, Rachel Dubit, Serena Crosson, JJ Lugardo, Sarah Pincus, Richard Saller, John Tennant, Sarah Wilker
Video in progress
Environmental Justice Working Group
Goal: Develop an instructional toolkit for incorporating environmental justice values and pedagogies into environmental science and other courses
Team members: Sibyl Diver, Charlie Hoffs, Kenji Ikemoto, Kajal Khanna, Neha Patkar, Belinda Ramirez, Stephanie Seidmon
Primary Care and Population Health (PCPH), School of Medicine
Goal: Create a case-based, online curriculum for PCPH faculty to increase inclusion and equity in patient care.
Team members: Brenda Flores, Lusciana Gomez, Stephen Richmond, Takudzwa Shumba, Magali Fassiotto
Team projects in progress