Making learning inclusive - Mohawk part of new online book
A new online resource has been published to explore the importance of, and processes for, humanizing education.
Learning to be Human Together - Humanizing Learning was co-designed by students, faculty and staff at OCAD University, Mohawk College, Brock University, Trent University, Nipissing University, University of Windsor, University of Toronto-Mississauga.
Mohawk College Professor Jennifer Jahnke was a key contributor to the project. As well, three graduates of Mohawk's Accessible Media Production graduate certificate program (Kristen Mommertz, Kevin Woo, and Devan Cruickshanks) were involved as accessibility technicians to support the creation of video content via the Accessibility Research Lab.
This resource explores the importance of, and processes for, humanizing education. We start by exploring what humanizing teaching and learning means: to acknowledge that our relationships are foundational to the work that we do. It aims to make learning inclusive with connection, access, and meaning-making at its core.
This project is made possible with funding by the Government of Ontario and through eCampusOntario’s support of the Virtual Learning Strategy.
Find the book here: Learning to be Human Together – Simple Book Publishing