Isis Artze-Vega

Isis Artze-Vega

Assistant Vice President, Teaching & Learning, Florida International University

Isis Artze-Vega, Ed.D. is Assistant Vice President for Teaching and Learning at Florida International University (FIU), overseeing operations of the Center for the Advancement of Teaching, the Online & Hybrid Teaching & Learning team, Writing Across the Curriculum, and Academic Integrity efforts. She joined FIU in 2011 as Assistant Director of the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and subsequently served as CAT’s Associate Director. She has been instrumental in the redesign of FIU’s gateway courses, and most recently, oversaw the launch of a professional development program for faculty participating in a hybrid course initiative. Prior to joining FIU, Isis taught English Composition at the University of Miami for six years, and she has also taught Enrollment Management in UM’s School of Education and Human Development. She has authored articles in the fields of English Composition and faculty development, and is an active member of POD, the national faculty development community.

P3. Cultural Responsiveness through Reflection and Course Refinement

Salon 11

This interactive session will first guide participants through a reflective exercise focused on working across cultures. It will then share a conceptual framework for culturally-responsive teaching, which will serve as a lens through which participants will examine key elements of their course syllabi, and work together to identify current strengths and areas for refinement. *Note: […]

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