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17 August 2022

Giving students a survey on the first day? Think about what you are asking, and why

First-day survey responses can yield stepping stones to conversations and modifications with regards to our students and our courses. As instructors, we need to be mindful and thoughtful about the questions we ask, how we ask these questions, and what (if anything) we will do with those responses. 

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28 July 2022

What Inclusive Instructors Do – a book from Stylus Publishing

The themes of “equity and belonging” are present throughout the book, emphasizing that instructors can design learning environments for all students to reach their potential within a welcoming space that fosters a sense of belonging.

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7 November 2021

The “golden line” as an inclusive and equitable classroom strategy

A “golden line” is an evidence-based instructional approach supports both academic and social-emotional learning (social, personal, cognitive, and knowledge-building), and is modeled to develop student academic identity, engagement, subject-area knowledge, and disciplinary literacy

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20 August 2021

Centering identity for inclusive teaching [AAAS-IUSE]

Imagine the impact this could have on your students (and how you might need to embed the activity and process the outcome). I encourage everyone to consider centering identity in their STEM courses, research groups, projects, and more.

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