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Anti-Racist Pedagogy

The TLTC works in support of instructors who strive to incorporate an anti-racist pedagogy into their personal teaching practice.  The Teaching and Learning Transformation Center does not position itself as an expert on this subject; rather, we are learning and engaging with our teaching community in an ongoing process of collective self-education.

Through our Workshop Resources folder, you can preview our material on a variety of topics that can support you on your journey to incorporate anti-racism into your pedagogy. Workshop topics to support you in this include:

  • Anti-Racist Pedagogy
  • Cultural Humility
  • Decentering Whiteness
  • Decolonizing our Classrooms and Syllabi
  • Dialogic Pedagogy
  • Difficult Dialogues
  • Identity, Power & Privilege in the Classroom
  • Infusing Inclusion
  • Intersectional Pedagogy
  • Microaggressions/ Macroaggressions
  • Neurodiversity
  • Responding to Bias in the Classroom
  • Transparency in Learning and Teaching (TILT)
  • Trauma-Informed Pedagogy

and more!

Also, for the broader context of equity and instructional design, check out the Universal Design for Learning framework.


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