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Trauma-Informed Pedagogy

Overview Trauma-informed pedagogy is becoming increasingly more common as a result of multiple factors, including the national focus on racial inequality, gun violence, mental health, and the COVID-19 pandemic. With the COVID-19 pandemic specifically, a dramatic shift occurred for instructors when it was imperative that they adapt their curriculum and standards to account for students’ […]

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Dialoguing About Race and Racism

This resource guide aims to provide instructors with both an overview of race, including its construction and historical context as well as ways to mobilize this information to have deeper interactions with others, particularly students in the classroom, around race and racism.

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Practical Steps for Inclusive Teaching

This resource guide provides practical ways for instructors to get to know students as individuals, design inclusive course content and material, allow multiple ways to demonstrate learning, and integrate a variety of student engagement techniques (SETs).

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Discussion Guidelines

This resource offers samples of inclusive discussion guidelines. Setting up expectations for discussion with your students at the beginning of the term can be useful in creating an environment conducive to inclusivity, lively discussion, and classroom community building.

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