Inclusive Teaching Practices

Welcome to the Inclusive Teaching Practices page. Here
you will find materials used during the I-Team meeting
led by Dr. Tina Huey, the Associate Director of Faculty
Development at CETL and Khalilah Arrington, a PhD student
in Educational Psychology who works with CETL and NSOE.
On this page you will find the presentation they put together
for the session, along with some videos and optional readings
on intersectionality.

Tina and Khalilah's Presentation

Inclusive, liberatory, and strengths-based pedagogy to support equity

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Videos on Intersectionality

What is Intersectionality? (3-minute video) 

This video provides a succinct summary of intersectionality as it relates to a person’s identities.

The intersectionality of Environmentalism (15-minute video) 

 

This video offers one example of using a lens of intersectionality to analyze a subject or discipline.

The future of STEM Education, Roni Ellington (12-minute video) 

This video provides a personal narrative of being excluded from STEM, and a framework for teaching practices that don’t exclude. 

Readings on Intersectionality

Frank Tuitt, Inclusive Pedagogy 2.0: Implications for Race, Equity, and higher Education in a Global Context  

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Subini Ancy Annamma, David Connor & Beth Ferri (2013) “Dis/ability critical race studies (DisCrit): theorizing at the intersections of race and dis/ability,”

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