Resources for faculty

Developed by the CTLT

Introductory resources

Towards more trans-inclusive classrooms PDF Wiki
Classroom guidelines PDF Wiki
Inclusive teaching course design PDF Wiki
Microaggressions in the classroom PDF Wiki
Inclusive syllabus PDF Wiki
Territory acknowledgement in the classroom PDF Wiki
Digital Content & Media Accessibility PDF

Case studies

The following case studies have been developed to help instructors and others think through various aspects of inclusive teaching. Each case study includes a scenario as well as extensive facilitator notes. These case studies are part of the Open Case Studies project and as such they are licensed to allow others to revise and reuse them.

Who belongs in the outdoors doing fieldwork? Webpage
Writing as the test of knowledge?: Towards more inclusive course design Webpage
What I Learned In Class Today Webpage
Inappropriate Class Comment Webpage
Building trans inclusive learning spaces: Considerations for TAs and instructors Webpage

 

Additional UBC resources

SOURCE
What I learned in class today: Indigenous Issues in the Classroom
Additional teaching and learning resources from CTLT Indigenous Initiatives
Open Education Resources Accessibility Toolkit Open UBC
Gender diversity at UBC (pronouns, names, facilities, etc.) Equity & Inclusion
Teaching Practices that Promote Wellbeing UBC Wellbeing
Online Module for Faculty: Supporting Student Learning and Wellbeing Using Online Resources UBC Wellbeing
UBC Statement on Respectful Environment for Students, Faculty and Staff
Calendar of Religious Days and Days of Significance

 

Non-UBC resources

Below are some of the resources on inclusive teaching that have been developed by other universities and organizations:

Webinars and self-directed online learning

Guides

Academic literature