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Supporting Neurodivergent Students – Session Recording 

The Inclusive Teaching & Excellence Series continued this Spring. The session focused on how we can support neurodivergent students in classroom teaching and involved a panel discussion with several members of the Lafayette community, including students. Listen to the audio recording on the CITLS media site. 

Activity-Based Learning Resource

This Spring CITLS Faculty Associate, Professor Polly Piergiovanni, is facilitating a workshop series that introduces faculty to activity-based learning techniques and supports them in integrating activity-based learning activities into their courses. To accompany the workshops, she developed a resource that is now available on the CITLS website.  

Student Perspective – Fostering Equitable Learning Experiences in the Age of Generative AI

This article, written by CITLS’ Student Fellow, Dashawn Sheffield, provides recommendations for instructors as they navigate both the challenges and opportunities presented by the emergence of generative AI. It focuses primarily on collaborative approaches that promote well-being, growth, and leveraging generative AI as a resource for student learning. View the full article on the CITLS website. 

Teaching and Generative AI: Curated Resources for Faculty, Departments, and Programs

CITLS created a resource to support the Lafayette faculty in: developing and sustaining ongoing literacy in generative artificial intelligence technologies and their impacts on teaching and learning, facilitating student generative AI literacy development, and holding department- and program-level discussions. View the resource on the CITLS website.