In high school, Adrian struggled with his classes and graduated with a low GPA of 2.0. Now, a student at Triton College, Adrian has found the tools to be successful and continues his education to prepare him for a future in Computer Science.
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Knowing the Difference Between Equity vs. Equality
Though equity and equality are often used interchangeably, the difference in meaning is important to understand.
My Experience of Inclusivity as a Blind Student
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The Role of Learning Science in Equity
Everyone learns differently. By using science to understand ways to overcome challenges we can begin to close the gap on equity in education.
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Creating an Inclusive Classroom for Transgender Students
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3 Steps to Construct an Empathic Classroom
Soft Skills are becoming increasingly important and they are rooted in empathy. Here are ways to create a rich culture of understanding and empathy in your classroom.
The Bloom Effect & Equity
In 1984 Benjamin Bloom found one-on-one tutors were key to successful students at every level. This tailored learning was initially believed impractical, but now in 2019, it's time has arrived.
Key Metrics for Identifying (and Helping) At-Risk Students
Paying attention to the students that don't participate, or often miss class, is equally as important as paying attention to the students seen every day.
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Creating a classroom that is inclusive to all students requires instructors to continue to learn and lead by example.
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Speak Up: How to Help Our LGBTQ+ Students
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Creating Courses Using Universal Design (Accessibility) Principles
Make your classroom accessible for all students! See how utilizing universal design principles can help you become accessibility compliant and improve student engagement.
Transformative Teaching at the University of Alabama
Students rewrite a more inclusive history at the University of Alabama.
The Challenges of Today's Non-Traditional Student
The needs and perspectives of non-traditional students vary widely. How do these unique circumstances impact their pursuit of a degree and overall success?
Creating Equity in STEM
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Creating A Positive Classroom Climate For Diversity
Cultivating diverse classrooms builds empathetic and safe environments for students to learn and explore together.
10 Steps for Advancing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Higher Education