Allyship for the African American Community There are many specific actions you can take as an individual to strengthen your allyship
and demonstrate your commitment to support our Black students, colleagues and community.
Maintaining Equity and Inclusion in Virtual Learning Environments As SDSU strives to keep our students, faculty and staff safe in these unusual times,
many faculty are wondering how they can ensure that they continue to serve ALL of
their students. This guide provides suggestions and resources to help faculty continue
teaching in ways that are equitable and inclusive as they move to teach face-to-face
Inclusive Pedagogy An inclusive classroom is one where ALL students feel welcome, safe to participate,
and supported in their learning. This resource page provides links to multiple sources
for strategies to create such an environment.
Diversity and Inclusion Syllabus Statements Your syllabus is often the first introduction students have to you and your course
and is an opportunity to set a positive tone for everything that follows. Including
a diversity and inclusion statement can be an important signal of your commitment
to supporting ALL of your students.
Foundations of Effective and Inclusive Course Design: Online course, 8-10 hours to complete In this self-paced course, participants will learn about evidence-based and inclusive
teaching practices and will develop learner-centered course learning outcomes, assessments
and activities for multiple modalities. This is a good option for those who need ultimate
flexibility and/or do not feel able to commit to anything time-bound this summer.
Working and Teaching Remotely Working and Teaching Remotely is an online program where members of the San Diego
State Community can come together and get practical advice/suggestions on how to deal
with the new environment we are all experiencing.