Inclusive Teaching

Inclusive teaching strives to meet the needs of all students, regardless of their background, identity, or ability. It is important because it creates a learning environment where all students feel valued, respected, and supported. Many inclusive teaching practices can be used broadly across any discipline or instructional modality.


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Building Inclusive Communities into All Modes of Instruction

Strategies for creating an inclusive learning community regardless of where the class is held.

Changing Your STEM Teaching Practices

Six steps to making changes to your teaching practice. While originally written for STEM instructors, others may find value in these steps as well.

Cognitive Load, Memory, and Instruction

Strategies to improve your teaching based on what we know about memory, cognitive load, and learning.

Designing Inclusivity into Your Course

Strategies for creating an equitable and inclusive classroom environment informed by Universal Design for Learning and Culturally Responsive Pedagogy.

Engaging with Student Motivation

Strategies for helping students understand the value of your course and that they can succeed in your course.

What Is Universal Design for Learning?

How to provide course materials that are engaging and accessible to produce a learning experience that benefits all students.

Supporting Transgender and Nonbinary Students in the Classroom

Incorporating promising practices to foster a supportive environment for out transgender and nonbinary students.