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High-Impact Practices (HIPs)

DGL Curriculum Integration

"Inclusion is not simply about physical proximity. It is about intentionally planning for the success of all students”

                                                                                                                                                                 --National Inclusion Project

 

Diversity and Global Learning at Pikes Peak Community College (PPCC) Promotes:

  • Culturally Inclusive Learning Environments
  • Cultural and Intellectual Humility
  • Communities of Practice for Faculty Development
  • Global Perspectives and Interconnectedness

 

Inclusive Learning at PPCC Embodies:

Awareness, Sensitivity and Mutual Respect

Recognize the vast diversity of cultures, thought, and social systems on a local and global level.

Critical Thinking

Analyze and shape how your experiences, perspectives, values, and assumptions affect your interaction with the world

Engaging Diversity in the Classroom

Gain the real-world skills and knowledge necessary to engage in various multicultural settings.

Transformation

Explore similarities with different cultures through community buildings, inter-cultural communication and global learning

                                                             

                                             Students presenting their painting project in Humanities class -- Julan Shirwod Nueva CC BY-SA 4.0 

 

This page can be used in conjunction with the main Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion LibGuide as faculty develop their own DGL related assignments. Below you will find sample assignments and projects successfully used by PPCC instructors in their courses along with others linked externally.


External Resources

                                                     

Many of the activities below primarily focus on helping students to better understand the backgrounds and lived experiences of others. These activities could also be helpful in providing a better understanding of a specific area of content.

Activities are organized by introductory, intermediate and advanced categories. Facilitators should consider the following:

  • establishing ground rules that include participants' input
  • ensuring clarity of purpose
  • potential for triggers and conflict
  • time allotted for facilitating and debriefing
  • group dynamics, including varying backgrounds and experiences

The link below provides an example of a general outline for structuring classroom conversations as they pertain to creating an inclusive classroom and Brave Space for dialogue.

Communication Guidelines Example

 

Introductory

Intermediate

Advanced

HIPs Rubric 

 Faculty opt in to using the HIPs rubric by attaching it to an assignment folder. 

Step-by-step instructions for attaching the rubric to an assignment can be found at: https://ppcconline.blog/dwkb/adding-hips-rubric-to-assignment-folders/

Access the  Rubric Guide and FAQ and additional materials on the Assessment page.

Culturally Inclusive Video Resources

The educational videos below help provide an understanding of issues pertaining to culturally inclusive practices. 

                                                   

Access PPCC's subscription to more than 25,000 streaming videos available 24/7. PPCC login required for off-campus access.

Search Films on Demand by title or topic of interest. 

For more detailed information on how to use Films on Demand, click here

  • Skin Deep -- chronicles the eye-opening journey of a diverse and divided group of college students as they awkwardly but honestly confront each other's racial prejudices.



 

                                                                     




                                                                                                                                                                      

   




                                                             




Additional Resources

 

CNN study--brown eye blue eye

                                                                             

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Dr. Tiko Hardy

Director of Diversity and Global Learning

DGL@ppcc.edu

719.502.3314

Martin Conrad

CHTS DGL Faculty Specialist

martin.conrad@ppcc.edu

719.502.3436

  

Dr. Melinda Mingo

Lead DGL Faculty Specialist

melinda.mingo@ppcc.edu

719.502.3200

 

Robin Schofield

Co-Director of High Impact Practices

robin.schofield@ppcc.edu

(719) 502-3478

    

Zach Pharr

Assistant Director of High Impact Practices

(719) 502-3636

zach.pharr@ppcc.edu

  

Jo-Ellen Becco

Co-Director of High Impact Practices

jo-ellen.becco@ppcc.edu

(719) 502-3110

     

DGL Division Specialists

Eric Erickson -- English

Susan Rollins -- Math

Martin Conrad -- Humanities

Amy Cornish -- French (Global Village Lead)

Jason Dias -- Psychology

Gloria Nikolai -- Sociology

Sandi Harvey -- Anthropology

Dennis Natali -- Business

Donna Damphousse -- Allied Health (Dental)

Kyle Anibas -- Geography

 

DGL Advisory Team

Josh Baker - Vice President of Instructional Services

Michael Madson - Associate Dean of Health and Sciences

Fran Hetrick -Dean of Communications, Humanities, and Technical Studies

Kristy Callihan — Professor of Communications

John Brower -- Associate Dean of Business, Public Services, and Social Sciences

Robin Schofield -- Co-Director of High Impact Practices

JoEllen Becco -- Co-Director of High Impact Practices

Zach Pharr - Assistant Director of High Impact Practices

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