CSE492T: Equitable and Inclusive Computer Science Pedagogy

Description: Topics in the design and implementation of computer science courses through an equity and inclusion lens, with a particular emphasis on higher education. Focusing on applications of evidence-based best practices and choosing and adapting approaches based on concerns and characteristics specific to a given set of students. Includes basics of teaching and learning theory, pedagogical and assessment techniques, and equity, diversity, and justice concerns. Designed for aspiring teachers or those interested in practical issues of teaching computer science, with the goal of enabling students to create effective, equitable, and inclusive learning environments in their own classrooms.

Prerequisites: CSE 143, CSE 163, or equivalent
Credits: 1.0

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