Jarrod Hunt -- UNIV 197 -- Dystopian Economics
During the inclusive syllabus workgroup this semester, I changed my approach considerably. Though this syllabus
is for an entirely different course, the adjustments could be applied to the previous course as well. One major
change here was writing a more inviting (and hopefully compelling) course description. The course goals focus on
values instead of specific techniques and concepts. There are no procedural details included on the first page (and
likely all of those details will be included on a separate “policies and procedures” document). To reinforce the
emphasis on creating and maintaining an inclusive learning environment, I also tried to highlight the benefits of
diversity in a collective learning process.