Below we have gathered inclusive teaching resources from Educate's repository and APSA programs, university teaching & learning centers, other digital teaching & learning libraries, the Journal of Political Science Education & Raise the Vote. We hope these resources can be used to inform a teaching practice that allows for faculty to develop strategies to deliberately build a classroom environment where all students have equal access to knowledge, tools to build courses that are inclusive of the contributions of historically excluded scholars, and assignments or activities that present crucial introductory political science content to an increasingly diverse undergraduate student body.
The materials gathered here were organized by APSA teaching & learning staff in collaboration with staff from our Diversity & Inclusion Programs. We welcome additional submissions to this collection. To submit your own resource, click on "submit a resource" above. If you would like to write a short blog post or reflection on the subject, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.