Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

Integrating principles of equity, diversity, and inclusion into your teaching and learning involves an intentional approach to designing your curriculum, courses, teaching methods, and assessment to create a learning environment where all students have equitable access, feel that their differences are valued and respected, and receive the necessary supports to optimize their learning. Equity, diversity, and inclusion can inform your teaching and learning in so many ways; have a look at our REDI Teaching Self-Assessment Tool as well as the resources below to learn more.

  • REDI Teaching Self-Assessment Tool

    We have developed a REDI Teaching Self-Assessment Tool that will help you to reflect on your teaching practices from a regenerative, equity, diversity, and inclusion perspective as well as provide you with resources to learn more.

  • Universal Design for Learning
  • Inclusive Syllabus

    There are ways to make your syllabus (learning experience outline) more inclusive, anti-racist, decolonizing and learner centered. Have a look at Inclusive Syllabus from the University of Manitoba.

  • Navigating Difficult Discussions
  • Anti-Racism in Teaching & Learning
  • Alternative Grading Practices

    Alternative grading practices is a way to help students focus on their learning through meaningful feedback. One way to do this is by using principles of ungrading. Have a listen to Susan Blum talk about Ungrading, read Jesse Stommel’s blog How to Ungrade, or read how Celeste Leander at UBC Ungrades.