Dr. Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz addresses bias and inequality in education and explains how teachers can be agents of change.
Detra Price-Dennis and Siovahn Williams explore the importance of advancing digital literacy and racial equity in education.
Stephanie Malmberg explores practical strategies for educators to make their teaching more inclusive of all students.
Dr. Lainey Sevillano discusses how a students’ sense of belonging in their academic environment can positively impact their psychosocial and educational outcomes.
Stephanie Malmberg uncovers practical techniques to intentionally include and celebrate the intersecting identities and experiences students bring to the table.
In this panel discussion, faculty and students share empathetic communication techniques and inclusive practices that promote the well-being and growth of every student.
This session took place during Course Hero’s 2020 virtual Education Summit, from July 29-31, as a part of the State of Higher Education track.
This article explores what it means to be an educator ally and provides practical steps for how you can embrace this role.
LGBTQ+ History Month is in October. This article provides ways to increase visibility of queer changemakers and expand students’ worldview.
Learn how educators can bridge the equity gap by ensuring students receive both access to AI and the skills necessary to navigate school.
Through research and experimentation, biology instructor Dr. Cristina Gheorghiu has discovered ways to encourage equitable student collaboration.
Paralegal studies professor Jesse Raskin, JD, challenges popular beliefs about grading to promote student motivation and deeper learning.
Inspired by her own experience, statistics professor Miaoyan Wang, PhD, shares how to help female students thrive in STEM subjects.
Janae Nelson Raymond, MS, taught high school special education students before she taught college. Here, her tips for helping all students succeed.
To create a culture of caring, Tamara Coleman, PhD, gets to know her anatomy and physiology students as more than physical beings.
To help future therapists understand the diverse backgrounds and needs of their clients, this professor has students look inward.
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Nicole Young, PhD, provides a series of exercises to help broaden students’ appreciation of diverse perspectives and responses.
Jill Purdy, EdD, shares several essential components of culturally responsive teaching, such as funds of knowledge and Universal Design for Learning.
Angel Montoya, EdD, offers resources and practical strategies for educators looking to create more inclusive and equitable classrooms.
Lalaine Sevillano, PhD, shares practical strategies for empowering students, creating an inclusive classroom, and fostering community.
Malynda Mabbitt, EdD, shares how teachers can help students with invisible barriers feel empowered and motivated, even on their most challenging days.