Here you will find a selection of practical resources to help you apply inclusive teaching principles to your teaching practice.

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    Building Community Through a Student-Curated Playlist

    A student-curated playlist helps foster community and awareness in online courses while also giving students the chance to construct something meaningful and expressive. Different languages, regional musical styles, and culturally expressions are all on display...

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    Captioning Lesson Recordings & Videos Using MS Stream

    Captioning your lesson recordings and videos for students helps ensure we are meeting or exceeding compliance with WCAG 2.0 (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) and AODA (Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act). Beyond ensuring access, captioning...

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    Deconstructing Privilege Activity

    This in-class activity provides students with an opportunity to learn about systems of privilege and oppression in society while reflecting on an intersectional framework.

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    Video Announcements to Support Student Learning

    Video Announcements are an accessible and inclusive tool to help support student success in an online course. By presenting information and content in different ways, instructors are able to incorporate principles of Universal Design for...

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