Tips for Teaching toward Inclusive Excellence

Tips for Teaching toward Inclusive Excellence

September 16, 2019

Teaching toward Inclusive Excellence - Blackboard with stack of books, top book is open

The phrase “inclusive excellence” is gaining purchase in academic settings, but what does it mean? Inclusive excellence asks us to make our classrooms welcoming spaces for all students where we can learn from diverse perspectives and maximize everyone’s success. It’s a big job, and most of us have not been trained to do it well. How can we shape our syllabi and classrooms to get us closer to this elusive goal?

In this webinar, Dr. Kate Drabinski discusses tips for teaching toward inclusive excellence, including tips for writing syllabi, structuring classroom discussions, and implementing daily strategies to get us closer to the goal of making our classrooms places where everyone can learn their best.

Tips for Teaching toward Inclusive Excellence

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