The ILN, together with the National League for Nursing, is the voice of nursing education today.
for a highly interactive online workshop!
Applying Learning Equity Strategies in Your Courses
November 5, 2020 - 6 to 8 pm Central
(will be archived for future viewing without CE option)
Learning equity issues extend to any course environment?face-to-face, hybrid or online. These issues have been amplified in 2020 for many students.
The purpose of this workshop is to assist instructors in addressing these equity issues.
Following the conclusion of this presentation the participants will:
- Identify and list ways to manage bias, assumptions and institutional barriers that negatively impact learners' motivation, opportunities and achievement.
- Explain strategies for using evidence-based rubrics and practices to address learning equity issues
- Identify ways to adjust instructions, materials, activities and/or assignments to increase the learning equity in their classes
Online instructor, San Francisco State University; lead author of
Advancing Online Teaching: Creating Equity-Based Digital Learning Environments
Nurses will be awarded 2 CE?s through Mercy College of Health Sciences, Des Moines, Iowa
(Full attendance is required; no partial credit will be given.)
Providership: Mercy College of Health Sciences Iowa Board of Nursing Provider #_383.
Please complete the form to register yourself ($25) or your institution ($150)
Someone from the Iowa League for Nursing will follow-up with details about payment and participation. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Jennifer Wing, Mercy College of Health Sciences: Professional Development Grant for 2020 NLN Summit
JoAnne Olsen Mercy College of Health Sciences: Professional Development Grant for CNE preparation and CNE certification
Johanna Rubble, Unity Point - Des Moines: Nurse Tim Nurse Educator Scholarship towards her Master of Science in Nursing degree from Grand Canyon University