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Equity and Inclusion in Higher Education Strategies for Teaching

Author: Brenda Refaei; Rita Kumar; Project Muse.
Publisher: Cincinnati : University of Cincinnati Press, Baltimore, Md. : Project MUSE, 2021. 0000 2021.
Series: Book collections on Project MUSE.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"According to recent research by scholar Lauren Musu-Gillette, college enrollment of traditional-aged students has increased notably in the past twenty years, with significant increases in the number of African-American and Hispanic males and Hispanic females. These enrollment trends speak to the changing demographics typically found in higher education classrooms. With these changing demographics, every student's  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
(OCoLC)1257019670
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Brenda Refaei; Rita Kumar; Project Muse.
ISBN: 9781947602229 1947602225 9781947602182 1947602187
OCLC Number: 1265580705
Description: 1 online resource (1 volume)
Contents: Six principles of an inclusive syllabus design / Kirsten Helmer --
Student-centered teaching for equity and inclusion in very large multidisciplinary classes / Claire W. Lyons and Janna Taft Young --
Universal design to culturally responsive pedagogy : designing and facilitating equitable and inclusive online courses / Ruth Benander and Pam Rankey --
Perspectives of inclusion in the social sciences / Angela M. Miller-Hargis, Tamika C. Odum, Taylor W. Wadian & Helene Arbouet Harte --
Pedagogies of microresistance for equity and social justice / Cynthia Ganote, Tasha Souza, and Floyd Cheung --
Increasing inclusion and lowering student anxiety in the postsecondary foreign language classroom / Susan A. Hildebrandt --
Incorporating equity and inclusion in English composition and literature courses --
Flexible approaches for equitable mathematics for ALL / Natalia P. Darling, Eugene F. Kramer, Fabio Santos, Jordan Crabbe, Adam Chekour, Zekeriya Karatas --
Strategies for incorporating inclusive pedagogy in different STEM courses / Mun Chun Chan, James Olsen, Michelle Ohnona, and Ester Sihite --
Active learning pedagogies in the introductory and organic chemistry curriculum : increasing student persistence and success / Michael Gesinski and Emily Niemeyer --
Creating a culture of respect : utilizing transformative learning theory in developing gender and sexual diversity curriculum for students in the helping professions / Brent Oliver, Becky Van Tassel & Roseline Carter --
Cultivating cultural awareness in the dental hygiene classroom / Beth Monnin and Shawna Staud --
Teaching the concepts of diversity and inclusion in business classes / Lizzie Ngwenya-Scoburgh and Patrice Gillespie --
Measuring the impact of pedagogical efforts for equity & inclusion / Tracie Addy, Derek Dube, Khadijah A. Mitchell --
Is your teaching inclusive? : an inclusive teaching rubric for higher education / Deyu Hu and Michele Deramo.
Series Title: Book collections on Project MUSE.
Responsibility: edited by Rita Kumar and Brenda Refaei.

Abstract:

"According to recent research by scholar Lauren Musu-Gillette, college enrollment of traditional-aged students has increased notably in the past twenty years, with significant increases in the number of African-American and Hispanic males and Hispanic females. These enrollment trends speak to the changing demographics typically found in higher education classrooms. With these changing demographics, every student's experience should be equally validated in the higher educational setting. Unfortunately, higher educational institutions can embody broader societal biases, with unequal practices often ingrained in certain traditions or processes of the institution. Faculty across disciplines want to provide equitable and inclusive classrooms to support all students, but they are often overwhelmed by the breadth of content they must cover, leaving little time to address equity and inclusion in their teaching. Equity and inclusion need not be seen as extra work, but as important objectives that guide curriculum development. This book provides strategies to create a more purposeful, intentional curriculum that addresses equity and inclusion across disciplines without compromising content. Bringing together practical lesson plans and instructional options that faculty can use and adapt to deliver content in a way that is mindful of inclusion and equity, this book further extends the practical application of social justice principles"--

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