Tuesday, September 22 | 1:00PM–2:00PM ET | Online

Webinar | Now More than Ever: Caring, Student-Centered, and Adaptive Pedagogies

Four of the contributing authors to the Pedagogies of Care: Student-Centered and Adaptive Strategies in the New Higher-Ed Landscape collection discuss evidence-based practices for increased engagement, deeper learning, and a humanized college/university experience. From cultivating social and emotional instructor presence, to UDL, to reevaluating traditional assessments and grading schemas and more, this wide-ranging set of teaching and learning practices puts the well-being of all learners at the heart of instructional planning and pivots.


  • Evaluate the ways in which several evidence-based strategies promote an inclusive climate of care within the learning environment.
  • Analyze how the ethos of “Pedagogies of Care” and selected strategies from the open collection can be adopted and promoted at participants' institutions.
  • Reflect on the importance and efficacy of educator self-care.


  • Joshua Eyler

    Director of Faculty Development, University of Mississippi
  • Natasha Haugnes

    Curriculum Coordinator, Academy of Art University
  • Tori Mondelli

    Director, Teaching for Learning Center, University of Missouri
  • Thomas Tobin

    Program Area Director, Distance Teaching & Learning, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Resources & Downloads

  • Slides

    6 MB, pdf - Updated on 9/25/2020
  • Chat Transcript

    29 KB, docx - Updated on 9/25/2020
  • Transcript

    222 KB, pdf - Updated on 11/3/2020
  • Recording

    Updated on 9/24/2021


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