THE Podcast: Making teaching more inclusive and equitable

How can academics ensure their teaching strategies meet the needs of diverse students and create inclusive, equitable classrooms




9 June 2021
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Four academics from the US and the UK join THE’s associate editor Sara Custer for a group conversation about diversity, equity and inclusion, with a specific focus on anti-racism education and neurodiversity awareness. Listen in to hear myths busted about diversity, equity and inclusion work and gather tips on how universities and faculty can make their campuses and classrooms inclusive to all students' needs.

Panellists include Jason Arday, an associate professor in sociology at Durham University and the deputy executive dean for people and culture in the Faculty of Social Science and Health; Tazin Daniels, an assistant director at the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching at the University of Michigan and a digital equity expert with the Every Learner Everywhere Network; Chiara Horlin, a lecturer in psychology at the University of Glasgow and founder of the institution's Neurodiversity Network; and Amanda Irvin, senior director for faculty programmes and services at Columbia University's Center for Teaching and Learning.


Advice from Chiara Horlin and colleagues on "Promoting community and inclusiveness to diverse and dispersed students".

Further resources and advice on diversity and inclusion on THE Campus.


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