This collection of resources includes a presentation, webinar, handouts, audience participation, and references to additional relevant publications from a two-part series about engineering inclusive classrooms from the American Society of Engineering Educators (ASEE). Educators will find this material helpful when they need improved awareness and strategies for cultivating a positive climate in their classrooms. Studies show that learning outcomes are improved when teachers (1) attend to student differences and (2) take deliberate steps to ensure that all students, across differences in academic and social background as well as physical and cognitive abilities, feel welcome, valued, challenged, and supported in succeeding in the field of study.
The publications cited in this collection may also be useful during proposal development if you plan to target underrepresented students in your project.
Keywords: HSI, Latinx, Hispanic, Spanish, Inclusive Classroom, inclusion, inclusive teaching, continuum of classroom climate, pedagogy, marginalize, implicit bias, HSI faculty professional development, underrepresented