CAS sessions explore serving diverse learners
The College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) is inviting faculty and staff members from across campus to attend sessions in a professional development series aimed toward serving diverse learners.
The series includes sessions on students facing mental health issues and serving neuro-diverse students. “Inclusive teaching calls us to respond to diverse learning needs of students to partner with their success,” said CAS Interim Dean Diane Zosky.
The hour-long sessions will take place at 3:30 p.m. in Stevenson Hall, room 132. Both events are free and open to Illinois State faculty and staff.
Friday, February 7: Partnering for Success When Mental Health Issues Arise
Friday, March 27: Serving Neuro-Diverse Students from the Autism Spectrum to ADHD and Beyond
Those who need special accommodations to participate in this event, can contact the College of Arts and Sciences at (309) 438-5669 with sufficient time to arrange the accommodations.