A list of practical steps to increase the inclusiveness of your classroom. Adapted from the Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning by Anna SantucciContinue reading "Evidence-based Approaches to Creating Inclusive Classrooms"
Creating an inclusive classroom begins with acknowledging our students enter your classroom with diverse perspectives, experiences, and approaches to learning.Continue reading "Climate & Sense of Belonging"
From the National Museum of African American History and Culture, this site defines racism and antiracism in clear terms and outlines steps we can all take.
They state that being antiracist is believing that racism is everyone’s problem, and we all have a role to play in stopping it.Continue reading "Talking About Race"
In times of crisis, our role as educators is essential in supporting our students’ cognitive abilities, emotional resilience, and motivation.Continue reading "Trauma-informed pedagogy"
As educators, we have the opportunity to shape our teaching spaces and the experiences of our learners. We offer these resources to support the work and journey of anti-racism as we all take it together.Continue reading "Antiracist & decolonizing pedagogy"
Feb 18 – Mar 11 (or)
Apr 29 – May21
Join Dr. Katie Branch and Dr. Anna Santucci for discussions around the book, Bandwidth Recovery: Helping Students Reclaim Cognitive Resources Lost to Poverty, Racism, and Social Marginalization by Dr. Cia Verschelden.
Register by Mon Feb. 1
The University of Rhode Island is devoted to promoting inclusion and awareness of diversity issues to our students and faculty.Continue reading "Inclusive Instruction"