These 10 teaching practices are endorsed by The Association of College and University Educators and can be applied to physical and virtual classrooms alike. Visit their webpage to learn more about these practices through videos, commentary, and examples for practice.
Educational publisher Cengage has developed a helpful reading list for higher education instructors.
Mentorship is a key part to student success. Check out these resources from Brown University to develop effective and inclusive relationships with mentees.
Syllabi act as learning contracts between students and instructors. It establishes expectations and rules of conduct. Review this resources to learn about important diversity and inclusivity statements to include in your syllabi.
This webpage was developed by the USC Rossier School of Education to help faculty across all courses and programs (at USC and at other institutions around the globe) better teach the concepts of diversity.
- Inclusive teaching strategies
- Racial, ethnic, and cultural diversity
- Gender, sexual orientation, and disabilities
- Religious diversity
- Articles on inclusive teaching
The Center for Urban Education (CUE) at USC’s Rossier School of Education helps individuals learn to use data, inquiry, and self-reflection to see institutional racism and dismantle it, one practice at a time.
The Center for Teaching and Learning at The University of Georgia has many resources about diversity in the classroom.
Founded by the Southern Poverty Law Center under the name Teaching Tolerance in 1991, Learning for Justice was originally created to prevent the growth of hate by reducing prejudice. In the last 30 years, their work has evolved to center justice and the action that students and educators can take to realize change.
The American Council on Education is the major coordinating body for the nation’s colleges and universities. It focuses on mobilizing the higher education community to shape effective public policy and foster innovative, high-quality practice.
Developed by the University of Delaware, this resource provides specific and practical suggestions for discussing race and social justice issues with students. Several research articles are also referenced to further work with students.