Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (JEDI) PIE Institute
Faculty Stipend: $500 upon completion*
GTA Stipends: $220
Estimated Time Commitment: 10 hours
Summer Cohort: July 20-30, 2020 (Summer cohort is currently at capacity);
Fall Cohort: August 21-October 23, 2020
What is JEDI PIE?
The JEDI PIE Institute builds a community of JEDI (Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion) protagonists through 10 hours of practice of developing anti-racist pedagogy and dismantling white supremacy in online teaching. Special attention will be paid to accessibility and universal design for learning; microaggressions in teaching practices; anti-racism in designing assignments and assessments; and centering student voice and experience. Participants will have three opportunities for cohorted synchronous discussions, and will receive expert feedback on their responses to prompts, as well as the opportunity for individual consultations. Participants will identify and assess personal goals for anti-racist pedagogy practice in online teaching; examine and demonstrate knowledge of historical and contemporary institutional and individual racism and white supremacy in education practice; assess current assignments, assessments, and teaching practices through critical race perspective; and design strategies for inclusive and equitable engagement.
How Do I Enroll in JEDI PIE?
Note: Faculty who have already registered for the Equity, Inclusion and Diversity or Trauma Informed Teaching PIE Intensives have been added to the Summer JEDI PIE Institute instead, since we have combined the two topics and changed the format to consist of primarily asynchronous activities based on feedback. Please check your inbox for more information on how to confirm your registration.
*Based on productive conversations with the Chancellor’s Office and California Faculty Association, the faculty stipend amounts for these CARES-2 funded faculty development activities have been finalized. All faculty teacing in Summer 2020 and AY 2020-2021 are eligible for this stipend while the funding remains. In the case of the Online Teaching Lab, the higher amount will be applied retroactively to past Online Teaching Lab graduates.