Inclusive Teaching Kits, Tools, & Resources

To support an inclusive learning environment at GVSU, we invite faculty to engage with the resources described below. Whether you have a few minutes to spare or are looking for a multi-day institute, we offer all faculty the opportunity to continue to grow, learn, explore on their own, or engage with peers. 

Free Evidence-Based Tools for Teaching and Learning About Race

ACUE Inclusive Teaching Toolkit


To support instructors in creating inclusive learning environments, ACUE is excited to introduce a set of FREE resources—including videos and downloadable planning guides—that can be immediately put to use to benefit both faculty and their students.  These evidence-based practiced are tailored for online teaching but are also relevant to the physical classroom.

View the Inclusive Teaching Toolkit

"Talking About Race" National Museum of African American History and Culture Education Resource

Faculty are an influential part of students' learning and development. They, too, have an important role in communicating history and culture. What and how the history of race in America is presented is an opportunity to engage in thoughtful, respectful, and productive conversations. Talking about race, although hard, is necessary. This resource provides easy to incorporate, evidence-based tools to inspire and guide conversation.

View the Talking About Race Resource

MTV's Look Different

In partnership with the Kirwin Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity at Ohio State University, this MTV educational program provides evidence-based tools to teach and learn about implicit bias.

View MTV's Look Different Resource

Project READY

Project READY is a three-year program funded by the Institute of Museum and Library services to create professional development for school librarians and other educators focused on racial equity and culturally sustaining pedagogy.  While the modules are tailored for librarians, they are free to access and could easily be used by faculty, administrators, instructional designers and anyone in the education sector looking to create a more inclusive curriculum.

Access the complete curriculum guide and free modules by visiting the Project Ready Getting Started webpage.

View the Project Ready Resources and Materials

UCLA Division of Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Implicit Bias Video Series

Heard the term "implicit bias" but not totally sure what it means? Interested in reading the seminal studies? Just like TED Talks? Animated videos? This is the place for you...

This series of 7 short videos on implicit bias are for public use and include essential content on the roots of implicit bias, the impact of bias on individuals and groups, and countermeasures to minimize it's impact.

View the UCLA Implicit Bias Video Series

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Inclusive STEM Teaching Project

The Inclusive STEM Teaching Project is designed to advance the awareness, self-efficacy, and ability of STEM faculty, postdocs, graduate students, and staff to cultivate inclusive learning environments for all their students and to develop themselves as reflective, inclusive practitioners. In addition, these ideas and concepts are valuable to individuals in all aspects of education, such as high school teachers, instructors in the arts, humanities, law, medicine, social sciences, and other fields, as well as administrators and faculty developers.

Our modules cover the following themes designed to help instructors construct classroom environments that support the complexities that contribute to student persistence: social identity and its impact on learning; power, positionality, and privilege; inclusive course design; interruption of oppression and microaggressions; and evidence-based teaching.

Learn more and register for the Inclusive STEM Teaching Project

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)--A Professional Development Offering of the eXtension Foundation Impact Collaborative

You may want to get ideas for a program that you are starting or implementing. Or you may want to know what is being done in the eXtension DEI program area. In either case, you have come to the right place! This site is designed to give you quick access to information, experts, training, and resources that can help you develop or conceptualize your program. Not involved in a program yet? This site will give you an excellent foundation for understanding the topic, and perhaps inspiring you to start a program.

Visit the eXtension Foundation Collaborative DEI website

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