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Stacy Hall

Faculty Training Specialist

For 10 years, Stacy has taught adult international students and also trained teachers in a variety of contexts. With keen insight on the challenges that international students face in academic, professional, and social contexts, Stacy draws from her M.A. in Applied Linguistics from Teachers College, Columbia University to apply critical discourse analysis and fair assessment practices that all point to empowering marginalized voices. 

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Creating a More Equitably Engaged Classroom: Step 3 - Involve

As the last step in this iterative process to create a more equitably engaged classroom, educators can collaborate with their students to build a more inclusive and welcoming learning community together.

Feb 3, 2021·Stacy Hall

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Creating a More Equitably Engaged Classroom: Step 2 - Initiate

After helping faculty in 2U-powered degree programs evaluate their own inclusive teaching practices, we give them concrete ways to turn strategy into action for all students.

Jan 29, 2021·Stacy Hall

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Creating a More Equitably Engaged Classroom: Step 1 - Evaluate

Now more than ever, it’s not enough to be fair and impartial in today’s classrooms. Educators must actively review and reimagine how they create more inclusive and inviting learning environments—online or in-person—for all students.

Jan 22, 2021·Stacy Hall