Inclusive teaching means teaching in ways that do not exclude students, accidentally or intentionally, from opportunities to learn. The CTL proposes strategies for inclusive teaching and provides resources, examples, and perspectives from students and faculty to help members of the UW teaching community teach more inclusively.
“Start by trying to understand who your students are, by honoring the prior experience and knowledge they bring to the classroom, and by providing on-going opportunities for every student to have a voice in the class.”
James Borgford-Parnell, Assistant Director, Center for Engineering Learning and Teaching
CIDR Teaching and Learning Bulletins
A collection of short papers on pertinent teaching and learning topics with practical suggestions and resources. Search for a topic of interest HERE.
UW Centers and Information
- UW Diversity
- Disability Services Office: resources for faculty and staff with disabilities.
- Disabled Student Services (Bothell)
- Disability Support Services (Tacoma)
- DO-IT: Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology
- Academic shock: Thoughts on teaching international students, Higher Education Network, The Guardian
- Diversity and Inclusive Teaching, Center for Teaching, Vanderbilt University
- Diversity Essays, University of Colorado-Boulder
- Is Diversity Relevant to What I Teach? A forum from Diversity Digest. Features comments from faculty in Business, Mathematics, Biology, and Engineering
- Multicultural Occasional Papers, Center for Research on Learning and Teaching, University of Michigan
- Teaching in Racially Diverse College Classrooms, Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning, Harvard