The UC Davis E-Learning for Equity, InnoVation, and Teaching Effectiveness (ELEVATE) Fellows Program is a year-long faculty development program designed to support the creation of innovative, hybrid learning environments and guide the transformation of traditional, face-to-face courses into hybrid courses based on learner-centered, evidence-based teaching practices and with a particular focus on promoting learning for all students while bridging the opportunity gap for underserved students. We'll discuss our faculty development approach as well as the program components and tools used to promote diversity, equity, inclusivity, and teaching effectiveness in hybrid teaching environments.
Outcomes: Explore an innovative faculty development program that incorporates diversity and equity into hybrid teaching * Identify key aspects of inquiry and reflection that inform teaching for diversity and equity in hybrid environments * Explore how the UCD faculty development model can be applied to your work context to support e-learning for equity
Leonardo de Oliveira Silva
Graduate Student Researcher, University of California, Davis
Education Specialist, University of California, Davis
Instructional Design Consultant & Educational Tech, University of California, Davis