- Quality Teaching
- Core Areas
1. Change your perspective by interrogating deficit perspectives and acknowledging the roles of the power and identity in learning spaces.
2. Interrogate curriculum by asking questions such as: Whose knowledge is represented? Whose knowledge is missing? Who benefits from this knowledge?
3. Invite learners' identities into our spaces.
4. Invite learners' way of knowing into our spaces and familiarize yourself with alternative ways of knowing in your discipline.
5. Establish norms for participation and foreground these norms at each convening of the learning community.
Missed the session - Looking to revamp your syllabus, or trying to understand how to provide clearer instructions and language to our diverse students? Join OSU's First! Committee to hear about the surprising things we learned directly from first-generation students at a Fall "break the code" event on how they interpret these class documents. View the video.
This tool aims to support instructors in developing anti-racist approaches to course design and teaching practices in the undergraduate and graduate setting.
This guide explains the many components of gender pronouns and how they represent a person's gender expression.
Strategies to Promote Student Engagement & Cultivate Classroom equity.
Adding Cultural Responsive and Anti-Racist Content to Your Course Materials and OER's.
Social Justice Education Initiative - Tier One Platform Sessions 1, 2, 3: This bundle provides the Social Justice Education Initiative foundational platform curricula for Tier One Platform in three sessions (3 ½ hours in length).
Social Justice Education Initiative: Tier Two Next Level Decoding Implicit Bias: Racism that surfaces despite our best intentions (4 hours in length).
Social Justice Education Initiative: Tier Two Next Level Intent into Action: Community of Practice Meetings (2 hours in length).
Social Justice Education Initiative: Tier Two Next Level Intent into Action: The Black Lives Matter Movement as an Opportunity to Advance Authentic Inclusion.
The Difference, Power, and Discrimination Program works with faculty across all fields and disciplines at Oregon State University to create inclusive curricula that address intersections of gender, race, class, sexual identity, age, ability, and other institutionalized systems of inequity and privilege in the United States.
CIC for Faculty & Staff
Coming soon, all incoming faculty and staff will be invited to complete Creating an Inclusive Community (CIC), a one-time online training which provides an orientation to Oregon State University's vision, expectations, and resources for thriving in a diverse community. (TBD)
Identity, Power, & Privilege: Introduction to Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Concepts: Submit a consultation form through OID’s Diversity Education website.
The links below curate some of campuses' major resources on this topic.
Dr. Jesse Nelson 37 minute video on Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education, discussing changes in Student Success Models and Diversity, Inclusion and Student Success; and Diversity and Inclusion Practices for Online Classrooms.
A 13 minute Inclusive Teaching Video and PPT from the COB Faculty/Staff Development.
Teaching to Everyone: Pedagogial resources designed to aid faculty as they prepare to teach a Difference, Power, and Discrimination course (e.g., creating inclusive classroom environments, addressing issues specific to international students).
Guidance for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Learning
Innovate & Integrate: Plan for Inclusive Excellence
A syllabus Guide for using Gender Identity and Personal Pronouns
College specific resources: Science, Forestry, and Cascades.
In Summer 2020, CTL hosted a Book Club and had Dr. Cyndi Kernahan join us for a presentation. Both books are available for free via the Valley Library.