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Inclusive Teaching means teaching in ways that do not exclude students, accidentally or intentionally, from opportunities to learn. On this web site we have collected resources, examples, insights from faculty, and stories from students in order to help members of the University of Washington teaching community accomplish their goal of teaching more inclusively.

Perspectives on What Excludes Students

Conveying Disrespect, Unfairness, or Lack of Confidence in Students

Disregarding Student Backgrounds, Preparation, or Life Events That Affect Learning

Interacting With Only a Subset of the Students

Teaching in Ways That Favor Particular Backgrounds or Approaches to Learning

Strategies for Inclusive Teaching

Communicate Respect, Fairness, and High Expectations

Support Student Success

Foster Equitable Class Participation

Plan for Diversity in Teaching

InclusiveTeaching Resources to help you ...

Understand Your Students

Understand Yourself as the Instructor

Consider How You Teach

Consider What You Teach

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site last updated: February 1, 2008
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