The Learning Community for Inclusive Teaching (LCIT) came together in Winter 2018 with a grant from CRLT, led by Math Department lecturers Gavin LaRose and Nina White. Since its inception, it has met ~1 / month over lunch (including during the summer) to read and discuss resources that pertain to making our mathematics teaching more inclusive. These common readings range from short blog posts, academic articles, and whole books. While some focus specifically on the math classroom, others focus more generally on race, gender, or other social identities. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to get involved. During the school-year, meetings are also posted to the seminar bulletin. U(M) Math Learning Community on Inclusive Teaching Materials and information about the University of Michigan Mathematics Department's Learning Community on Inclusive Teaching are posted here.
GSI Learning Community for Inclusive Teaching GSI LCIT, or Graduate Student Instructor Learning Community for Inclusive Teaching, is for sharing ideas and resources about inclusive teaching through discussion and reflection. It is not a place to be lectured about how to teach, but to have discussions about inclusive teaching practices and strategies.. This community is made for graduate students by graduate students. To that end, we are committed to:monthly meetings with graduate student attendance (i.e., not their course coordinators or advisors)relatively short, free readings, accessible to grad students’ timePlease note that attendants are welcome and encouraged to simultaneously attend the U(M) LCIT, but it is not expected or required in any way.