This resource is your step-by-step guide to begin a conversation with the student in a way that shows you care. You don’t need to be a therapist, but you can be kind and supportive while maintaining appropriate boundaries.
Resources: Inclusive teaching
An outline of the process for facilitating an icebreaker activity in class, and several icebreaker formats that can be used in onground and online courses.
A description of how almost any class activity typically led by an instructor can be led by students as an active learning experience, sample activities, and how to structure such an activity.
This resource provides context on why discussing political issues with students is important, techniques to facilitate these discussions, scenarios and language to help you manage the conversation, and additional resources.
A description of a five-step model that instructors can use in designing in-class reflective assignments.
A checklist of the content recommended for the first day of class in a new semester. The checklist is appropriate for both classroom and online courses.
A video resource describing how faculty can support military and veteran students in their courses.
A video with Marion Philadelphia discussing brain research and the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL).
A video introduction to the basic foundations of Universal Design for Learning (UDL).
A video describing inclusive methods based on universal design for learning (UDL) that can be applied to performance and studio classes.