Horane Diatta-Holgate is the Program Director of Inclusive Pedagogy ND Learning | Kaneb Center for Teaching Excellence. Horane supports and consults with instructors (faculty and graduate students) on cultivating inclusive classroom environments for and with their students. Horane also provides support to instructors developing their intercultural knowledge and competence to enact inclusive teaching practices as well as embed diversity, equity and inclusivity throughout different elements of their course and curriculum.
Horane is a qualified administrator of several assessments for intercultural learning and development including the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI), Cultural Intelligence (CQ), Beliefs Events and Values Inventory (BEVI) and Intercultural Communication Edge (ICEDGE). Horane has also developed measures assessing students’ development of global competencies, and perceptions of cultural responsiveness in the classroom environment.
Horane has a B.A. in Psychology and minor in Sociology from Johnson C. Smith University as well as a MSEd and PhD in Educational Psychology and Research Methodology from Purdue University. Prior to joining ND Learning, Horane was a Post-Doctoral Researcher in the Purdue University Center for Instructional Excellence (CIE) and College of Agriculture Office of Multicultural Programs.
Ask me about: Inclusive Course Design, Assessing Inclusive Teaching, Equity-Oriented Pedagogy
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