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Inclusive Teaching Strategies
“Multicultural teaching” means different things according to one’s course goals and one’s discipline. The following links provide useful information for a wide range of college teaching contexts. If you want to suggest other web-based sources for this page, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and put “Multicultural Teaching” in the subject line.
Key teaching strategies to engage students from a range of academic or social backgrounds
- Interactive Lecturing
- Active Learning
- A Framework for Creating Success for All Students
- Rapport on the First Day of Class
Reflective Strategies for Faculty
Information on course planning
For specific contexts
- Facilitating Cross-cultural Group Work
- Teaching International Students
- Teaching Students with Disabilities
CRLT Occasional Papers
Academic Support for Women in Science and Engineering
Women continue to be underrepresented in a number of science and engineering disciplines. This paper describes factors that have been found to influence the learning and persistence of undergraduate women in science and engineering. Suggestions are offered for how faculty members can improve the academic environment to create a more positive learning climate for all students.
Perceptions of Faculty Behavior by Students of Color
This paper reports the findings of a series of 15 focus groups with undergraduate students of color in which participants were asked to describe positive as well as uncomfortable interactions they had with majority group instructors. Suggestions for how faculty members can address students’ concerns are offered.