Written by faculty development experts (Isis Artze-Vega, Flower Darby, Bryan Dewsbury, and Mays Imad), this peer-to-peer teaching guide offers concrete steps to help any instructor striving to ensure all students—and, in particular, historically underserved students—have an equal chance for success. Distilling key principles of equity-minded pedagogy into manageable units, The Norton Guide to Equity-Minded Teaching equips faculty with actionable tips to make improvements large and small to their teaching, whether in face-to-face, hybrid, or online courses. Beginning in December 2022, the Guide will be available as a free ebook to all instructors.
“Welcome to The Norton Guide to Equity-Minded Teaching. This guide is an invitation to join faculty from across the country and globe who strive to realize more equitable outcomes for students. Knowing firsthand that faculty life is busy and complex—and that those who share this mission are often hard-pressed for resources and time—we’ve curated findings on inclusion and student success from scholars and practitioners in varied fields. We have also prioritized practical application. After all, even when we know something isn’t quite right in our class and want to make it better—when we want to be intentional about advancing more equitable outcomes—it’s not always clear what we can or should do. And, since online learning and educational technology are now ubiquitous, we have infused modality and technology considerations and guidance throughout. . . .”
Keep reading the rest of The Norton Guide to Equity-Minded Teaching’s introduction here.
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