Center for Teaching and Learning

Inclusive teaching

Inclusive teaching refers to practices that support meaningful and accessible learning for all students. CTL’s resource pages on inclusive teaching contain evidence-based practices, strategies, and resources from instructors at the UW.

Inclusive teaching at UW

At the University of Washington inclusive teaching refers to pedagogical practices that support meaningful and accessible learning for students of all races, ethnicities, genders, socio-economic classes, sexualities, disability/ability statuses, religions, nationalities, ages, and military statuses.

INCLUSIVE TEACHING AT UW

Inclusive teaching strategies

The strategies covered on this page aim to recognize the diverse strengths students and instructors bring to class.

INCLUSIVE TEACHING STRATEGIES

Teaching international and multilingual students

The UW values the contributions international and multilingual (I/M) students bring to our campus community. This page provides information about teaching I/M students at UW, including links to resources for additional instructor and student support.

TEACHING INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Teaching students with disabilities

Proactively adopt pedagogical practices that support students with disabilities as a part of your approach to teaching. Build accessibility into your course design from the start and improve learning for all students.

TEACHING STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

Teaching student veterans: Resources for instructors

Explore the resources on this page to learn about classroom practices, about military life and transitioning to civilian life, and about campus resources for instructors.

TEACHING STUDENT VETERANS