• In my organic chemistry class, I did not feel included when the school shooting threat was not addressed... But when mental health services were discussed in my psychology class, I felt like my stressors were validated and that I was not alone.

    Quote from an U of M LSA undergraduate student

  • A professor mentioned that many students were having trouble with a problem I was struggling with, which helped me feel that I was not way behind in the class.

    Quote from an U of M engineering student

  • If a student feels included, they're more likely to succeed in and outside of the classroom.

    Quote from an U of M LSA undergraduate student

  • A GSI helped me and took the time to get to know me during office hours. I felt very encouraged and that I belonged in that class. Even though I wasn't pursuing computer science, I felt like I could if I wanted to.

    Quote from an U of M engineering student

Inclusive Teaching in Engineering

CRLT-Engin Inclusive Teaching Vision

CRLT-Engin provides a range of resources to support faculty, postdocs, graduate student instructors (GSI), and undergraduate instructional aides (IA) in incorporating inclusive teaching practices. The materials provided in this website are designed to support those efforts, helping members of the COE instructional community promote an inclusive teaching mindset and incorporate evidence-based practices that will engage and support all students. Through the adoption of sustained and intentional practices, these efforts will ultimately allow the engineering profession to better include all segments of our society, including those individuals who have been historically underrepresented within engineering and underserved by the fruits of engineering work.

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