Inclusive Pedagogies

Inclusive Pedagogies Resources:

How to Make Your Teaching More Inclusive, by Viji Sathy and Kelly A. Hogan (2019). An excellent primer on inclusive teaching, including sections on course design, interacting with students, and more.

Find Tips for Creating an Inclusive Syllabus on the ADS faculty resources page (Dickinson 2018)

About Taking Criticism, by Pam Oliver (2018). This essay offers "constructive ways for responding to criticism about how your style as a person of power or privilege may be hurting others in your teaching or advising."

Responding to Microaggressions in the Classroom by Tasha Souza (2018). This article offers specific tips and strategies to help faculty respond to microaggressions in their classrooms, and includes additional resources in the bibliography.

Micoaggressions in the Classroom, produced by Dr. Yolanda Flores Niemann (2017). This video explains microaggressions, provides examples specific to the classroom, and offers strategies for dealing with them.

Eight Actions to Reduce Racism in College Classrooms, by Shaun R. Harper and Charles H. F. Davis III (Academe; November 2016).

Pedagogical Approaches to Student Racial Conflict in the Classroom, by Penny A. Pasque, et al. University of Oklahoma (Journal of Diversity in Higher Education 2013)

Chatham University Women’s Institute offers 12 Evidence Based Teaching Strategies to Create a Productive and Inclusive Classroom Climate.

The Derek Box Center for Teaching and Learning at Harvard University includes resources on Classroom Dynamics and Diversity, including Teaching in Racially Diverse College Classrooms and Class in the Classroom.

The Graduate School of Arts & Sciences Teaching Center at Columbia University has a number of useful handouts, including Gender Issues in the College Classroom, Cultural Diversity in the College Classroom, Resources for Incorporating Sexual Orientation into Your Teaching and Handling Hot Topics in the Classroom.

University of California Tools for Department Chairs and Deans is designed for hiring committees, but includes strategies for recognizing and interrupting microaggressions.

The UCLA Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion two downloadable pdfs that might be useful: Creating a Positive Classroom Climate for Diversity and Diversity in the Classroom. Both include attention to microaggressions.

The Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching and Learning includes a guide to Increasing Inclusivity in the Classroom.

From Safe Spaces to Brave Spaces,” Arao and Clemens. In The Art of Effective Facilitation (ACPA-Stylus, 2013).

This study by Sarah Eddy and Kelly Hogan Getting Under the Hood: How and for Whom Does Increasing Course Structure Work? (2014) discusses pedagogical techniques that increased course performance for all student populations, but worked disproportionately well for black students and first-generation students to close the achievement gap in STEM courses.

If you have resources to suggest for this page, please email wgrc@dickinson.edu.