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Welcome to the Inclusive Teaching Module

"Our nation's campuses have become a highly visible stage on which the most fundamental questions about difference, equality, and community are being enacted".

-Association of American Colleges and Universities, 1995

This module will offer strategies for integrating multicultural content into your course as well as highlight the process of engaging all students through diverse content and instruction. This module's structure is loosely based on Kitano's (1997) paradigm for multicultural course change. The paradigm follows curriculum through stages: from an exclusive environment to an inclusive classroom until arriving at a truly transformed curriculum.

One good resource to assist in this process is the recently published Multicultural Classroom Resource Guide, which provides a variety of abstracts and full-text articles that support continued dialogue on diverse students' academic success at colleges and universities.


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