Summary of Inclusive Collaborations and Classrooms

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This video discusses the importance of inclusive classrooms and collaborative work environments. It provides strategies for creating these environments and discusses the impact that George Floyd's murder has had on Syracuse University's efforts to promote diversity and inclusion.

  • 00:00:00 Today's presentation by four speakers on inclusive collaborations focuses on how to create and manage productive research collaborations. The speakers share their experiences and advice on how to build a positive environment for student learning. After the presentations, there will be a dialogue among all attendees.
  • 00:05:00 In this video, the presenter discusses ways to create an inclusive environment for learning in the classroom. One approach is to have empathy for the student, which can help them feel understood. Another approach is to have a diverse faculty, which can make the classroom more welcoming to students from different backgrounds.
  • 00:10:00 Inclusive collaborations and classrooms are important to create a more inclusive educational experience for underrepresented students. Chris, an adjunct professor, has faced opposition from department politics, resource competition, and the fact that few faculty prioritize this content. However, changes to undergraduate education at Syracuse University have helped the chances for this course. The shared competencies initiative, which Chris led, has faced years of discussion before finally getting implemented.
  • 00:15:00 This video discusses how the introduction of a course on diversity and inclusion in sport management was met with resistance from some faculty members and students. The presenter suggests that this resistance was because the course was not well-designed and did not fit well within the curriculum of the sport management program.
  • 00:20:00 In this video, Michelle discusses the importance of inclusive classrooms and collaborative work environments. She shares strategies for creating these environments and discusses the impact that George Floyd's murder has had on Syracuse University's efforts to promote diversity and inclusion.
  • 00:25:00 Inclusive collaborations and classrooms involve treating all students fairly and respectfully, providing equal access to opportunities and resources, and allowing students to grow and learn from their mistakes. Three processes that can help achieve these goals are growth mindset, micro affirmations, and dialogue. Faculty can also teach these processes to their students.
  • 00:30:00 Microprocesses play an important role in creating inclusive classrooms. Microaffirmations are small ways of making people feel seen and welcome, dialogue is a conversation between people to uncover assumptions and increase interpersonal understanding, and microprocesses can lead to a third of the population of students having gone through a course on it.
  • 00:35:00 This YouTube video discusses how dialogue can be used to improve communication in classrooms. Three core requirements for successful dialogue are equality, listening with empathy, and uncovering assumptions. These three processes are the same whether the person speaking is from a different demographic group than the person listening, and dialogue is a powerful way to foster collaborative work.
  • 00:40:00 This presenter discusses ways to build inclusive collaborations in classrooms, and how trust is important in these processes. They also mention research on intergroup relations by Christiana and Katina.
  • 00:45:00 Inclusive classroom environments are beneficial to students, as they feel comfortable sharing their ideas and are less likely to be stepped on. One way to create an inclusive classroom is by setting ground rules at the beginning of every semester and by supporting dialogue.
  • 00:50:00 This YouTube video provides tips on how to create an inclusive classroom environment. The instructor discusses how to survey students about their needs and desires, and how to create a playlist for the class.
  • 00:55:00 Inclusive collaboration and classrooms can help create a more community-oriented learning environment where students feel comfortable discussing their personal experiences and struggles. The instructor strives to provide clear instructions and to model growth mindset in order to encourage students to continue engaging with the class. Assignments are graded on a "as-needed" basis, with the goal of encouraging students to revisit and improve upon their learning.

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This video discusses the importance of inclusive collaborations and classrooms, and provides some suggestions for how to create a more inclusive environment.

  • 01:00:00 Christian Thorogo discusses how to build inclusive research collaborations with marginalized populations. He discusses how his experience working with the LGBTQ+ community has helped him develop strategies for collaborating with marginalized groups.
  • 01:05:00 The "Trans Wellness Conference" is a yearly event that brings together individuals from the transgender community and their allies to share information and collaborate on projects. One of the important things the conference emphasizes is the importance of inclusive collaboration, which is essential for accurately collecting data from marginalized populations. Participants often want to be heard and feel represented in the literature, which helps build trust between researchers and the community they study.
  • 01:10:00 Inclusive research requires a team that is as representative as possible of the community being studied. Initial development ideas are driven by community input, and community connection efforts are essential for data collection. Communication with the community allows for a deeper understanding of group issues and promotes perspective taking, empathy, and bias mitigation.
  • 01:15:00 The presenter discusses the importance of including community members in research projects, noting that oftentimes students are not familiar with the terminology and concepts involved in inclusive research. Training for research assistants is also recommended, as is a growth mindset.
  • 01:20:00 The speaker explains that in order to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion, it is important to have a dialogue among members of the research team. She suggests that, in order to facilitate these conversations, different groups should be dedicated to different aspects of diversity. She also suggests that, before discussing transgenderism, people should first familiarize themselves with topics such as diversity in age, disability, and gender.
  • 01:25:00 This video discusses how to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in classrooms. Randy discusses how Tarrant College of Business in Georgia has developed a training program for faculty, and Sabrina asks about structures and practices that help create anti-racist outcomes.
  • 01:30:00 The speaker discusses the importance of inclusive collaborations and classrooms, and discusses some of the challenges that can be faced when trying to create a more inclusive environment. The speaker provides some suggestions for how to address these challenges.

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