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Considerations for Inclusive Teaching Practices

An instructor speaks in front of his students
COBE Signature Students, group and classroom, MBEB, Allison Wilde, Photo Patrick Sweeney

Creating inclusive classrooms for our students is an important goal for all educators, but the ways in which individual faculty achieve it may need to be different. In this Chronicle of Higher Education article, “Academe Has A Lot to Learn About How Inclusive Teaching Affects Instructors”, Chavella Pittman and Thomas Tobin surface some of the ways in which faculty identity can affect the implementation of inclusive practices, and share strategies for how colleagues can be supportive of each other as they find the practices that work for them.