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Engagement and Impact: A conversation with students

Session Overview

This video was part of the July 2021 REMOTE: The Connected Faculty Summit

What teaching practices promote equity and success for Black, Latinx, Indigenous, poverty-affected, and first-generation students? The Every Learner Network’s student Fellows will share what works – and what doesn’t – to help them engage with course content and materials. This is a can’t-miss session for faculty striving to foster and inclusive and positive learning environment for minoritized students.


Tynan Gable

Social Impact Strategist at Intentional Futures (iF) | Every Learner Everywhere 

Tynan is a Social Impact Strategist who manages projects focused on improving equity and student outcomes in higher education through the implementation of digital courseware.

Tia Holiday

Postsecondary Education Lead at Intentional Futures (iF) | Every Learner Everywhere

Tia Holiday is the Postsecondary Education Lead at Intentional Futures (iF), a strategy and design consulting agency in Seattle, Washington. Her primary focus is on bringing attention to racial and socioeconomic equity while collaboratively developing inclusive and social justice-oriented solutions to the highlighted inequities. Before iF she worked within the California Community College system to develop equitable programmatic practices in student support programs, and financial aid policies. She has been a high school classroom teacher, a college advisor, an instructional designer, and advised on critical financial aid and college student reform policies in California. She holds an M.Ed. from USC in Learning, Design, and Technology.