Diversity and Inclusive Teaching
The Teaching Tolerance site provides classroom resources, articles, and digital content on issues of diversity and social justice. While the classroom materials are aimed at K-12 educators, many can be adapted for use in the college classroom.
Conversations across difference can be challenging for you and your students. Krista Tippet’s On Being radio program has many episodes that you can download as part of the Civil Conversations Project.
The Association of American Colleges & Universities has reports and articles related to diversity and higher education. These may be especially useful for chairs and program directors who are seeking strategies to support diversity initiatives within curricula broadly speaking.
University of Michigan’s Center for Research on Learning and Teaching provides excellent resources on specific pedagogical issues related to teaching and diversity.
- Yale University’s Inclusive Teaching Strategies
- University of Toronto’s Development of Analytic Rubrics for Competency Assessment (DARCA) project (aligns with ABET student outcomes) https://sites.google.com/site/uoftlearningoutcomesproject/
- AAC&U VALUE Rubrics
- North Caroline State: Assessment for the Division of Undergraduate Affairs
- Association of American Colleges and Universities Assessment Resources
- National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA)
Pedagogy and Strategies
- Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching Resources
- Pedagogy Unbound
- University of Minnesota CTL: Active Learning Resources
- Vanderbilt University Center fro Teaching:Pedagogies & Strategies
- Stanford University Teaching Commons
- The K. Patricia Cross Academy Teaching Techniques Video Library – A wonderful collection of videos describing various teaching techniques that you can explore. The site provides the option to search for teaching techniques by activity type (group work, discussion, active learning, games,…), teaching problem (cheating, low participation, poor note-taking,..) or by learning taxonomic dimension (foundational knowledge, problem solving, caring, learning how to learn …).
- Teaching Technology