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Educational Resources

Best Practices

These resources provide best practices for inclusive instruction, particularly while teaching remotely.

  • Tools for Inclusive TeachingThe Rossier School of Education website at the University of Southern California focuses on tools and strategies for inclusive teaching. It is organized around different facets of diversity — gender, sexual orientation, race, social class, disability, etc. — and includes web resources and scholarly articles from a variety of leading institutions. 

  • Inclusive ExcellenceAppalachian State University offers insight into “humanizing” on-line instruction.

  • Inclusion, Equity and Access While Teaching Remotely: A blog from Rice University’s Center for Teaching Excellence offers tips on how to create a more inclusive learning environment while teaching remotely. 

  • Identifying and Responding to Bias Incidents: This general audience website focuses on identifying and responding to bias incidents, offering 10 tips for identifying bias and seven tips for responding to bias.

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