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Learning environments can promote student belonging, academic identity, and joy using inclusive teaching practices. This workshop continues our critical discussion of ways to incorporate inclusive teaching, famed by Universal Design for Learning (UDL). UDL guides instructors to proactively implement multiple ways to demonstrate understanding, engage in content, and have content represented. Through this UDL lens, this workshop explores how joy in learning creates resiliency, intrinsic motivation, meaning-making, and deeper learning. It is also linked to truth, beauty, aesthetics, artful thinking, wonderment, and activities where students feel personal fulfillment and have opportunities to create solutions to real-world problems (Muhammad, 2023).
Join our workshop as we provide stories of deep learning, teaching, and researching that use joy-informed pedagogy to activate student agency, promote healing, and build community. Our discussion will revolve around these critical thinking questions: Where does joy fit into learning, and how does it manifest in learning? Can deep learning happen without joyful discoveries, deeper self-awareness, transformation?
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