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Resources for Inclusive Learning and Teaching

The Resources for Inclusive Learning and Teaching page aims to provide faculty and staff with a selection of practical information and tools designed to help foster inclusive student success in classrooms and on campus.

The goals are to remove some of the mystery and guesswork around inclusive pedagogy, provide a collection of concrete tools you can use today, and recommend useful resources for further exploration. We have selected resources that are concise, as well as useful and adaptable across a wide range of experience, from new educators to seasoned professors.    

Inclusive pedagogy is a method of teaching that incorporates dynamic practices and learning styles, multicultural content, and varied means of assessment, with the goal of promoting student academic success, as well as social, cultural, and physical well-being.

The links below will connect you to pages containing resources, guidelines, recommendations, and strategies, organized by topic. Where possible, we provide resources in printable PDF formats – most are 3-10 pages in length. In some cases, we provide links to websites that feature interactive course planning and problem-solving tools. At the end of each topic page, we provide a link to further readings.  

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