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Teaching/Learning Center: Faculty Learning Community on Diversity

The Faculty Learning Community on Diversity is meeting during the Spring 2018 semester to consider how to better incorporate diversity into the curriculum.

Readings Suggested by the Faculty Learning Community on Diversity

"Museums as Contact Zones" by James Clifford in Routes: Travel and Translation in the Late Twentieth Century. (Recommended by JoAnn Staten) (Password protected, available from Library)

White Teachers / Diverse Classrooms : Creating Inclusive Schools, Building on Students’ Diversity, and Providing True Educational Equity by Julie Landsman and Chance W. Lewis  (Recommended by Kerri Steinberg)

University Diversity Websites

Diversity & Inclusive Teaching from Vanderbilt University

Inclusive Teaching Strategies from Cornell University

Teaching for Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity from University of Delaware

Community Narratives/RISD Diversity from Rhode Island School of Design

Creating Inclusive Classrooms from University of Arizona

Diversity in the Classroom from Yale Center for Teaching and Learning

Diversity & Creating an Inclusive Classroom from University of Illinois

Diversity and Inclusion in the Classroom from University of Rhode Island

Inclusive Teaching Resources and Strategies from University of Michigan

Strategies for Fostering Inclusion in the Classroom from Washington University

Inclusive Pedagogy from Humboldt State University

Diversity in the Classroom from UCLA Faculty Development

 

Literature Review

A New Rubric for Assessing Institution-Wide Diversity

Diversity in Teaching and Learning: Affirming Students as Empowered Learners

Reconsidering the Inclusion of Diversity in the Curriculum

Strategies for Fostering Inclusion in the Classroom

Diversity Assessment, Accountability, and Action: Going Beyond the Numbers

Teaching To and Through Cultural Diversity

Embedding Equality and Diversity in the Curriculum: An Art and Design Practitioner’s Guide

Three Research Studies on Diversity in College Classrooms (AAUP)

A Model for Diverse Learning Environments: The Scholarship on Creating and Assessing Conditions for Student Success

Guidelines for Teaching Diversity and Inclusion

The Educational Benefits of Diversity: Evidence from Multiple Sectors

Helping Faculty Teach Diverse Students and Diverse Topics Effectively Principles and Guidelines

Five Competencies for Culturally Competent Teaching and Learning

Perceptions of Faculty Behavior by Students of Color

Creating Inclusive Learning Environment

Teaching Diversity: Tips for Being Inclusive

Proquest Articles (login from off-campus will be required)

How a Sustainable Campus-Wide Diversity Curriculum Fosters Academic Success

INSTITUTIONAL COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY AND MULTICULTURALISM THROUGH INSTITUTIONAL TRANSFORMATION: A CASE STUDY OF OLIVET COLLEGE

The Racialized Impact of Study Abroad on US Students' Subsequent Interracial Interactions

Diversity Multiculturalism and Pluralism: Moving From Hospitality and Appreciation to Social Inclusion on Campus and Beyond

Measuring the Diversity Inclusivity of College Courses

Disequilibrium and Resolution: The Nonlinear Effects of Diversity Courses on Well-Being and Orientations toward Diversity

ASSESSING THE LEVEL OF CURRICULUM AND SCHOLARSHIP DIVERSITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION

Curricular Diversity Requirements: presence Substantial; Impact Debated

Faculty Teaching Diversity Through Difficult Dialogues: Stories of Challenges and Success

Experiencing the Unexpected: Toward a Model of College Diversity Experiences and Attitude Change

Adding Diversity to Curricula, Starting in the Classrooms

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