Inclusive & Anti-Racist Pedagogy

Inclusive, Feminist & Anti-Racist Pedagogy Resource Document
Prepared by WGS at the College of Charleston


This is a collaboratively developed resource guide for anyone interested in feminist and anti-racist pedagogy, and specifically in online applications (given our current circumstances) of these student-centered, power-flattening, liberation-focused theories, strategies, and praxis in the “classroom.”

Check out our more comprehensive Inclusive, Feminist & Anti-Racist Pedagogy Resource Document (includes resources on feminist pedagogy, trauma-informed pedagogy, identities in the classroom, and more!)

 

Inclusive Pedagogy Online


Inclusive pedagogy requires work, diligent, sustained work. It demands compassion for students and self as well as reflexivity. It necessitates humility and an openness to learn, make mistakes, and do better – again and again. There is no magical technology or strategy that will yield an inclusive classroom. Instead, inclusivity is developed through how courses are framed, developed, accomplished, and revised to address missteps. Inclusivity is an approach, a methodology (not a method), a pedagogy, a praxis. The resources below offer fodder to get started. This is not exhaustive!

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Strategies:

 General (not specific to online contexts)

 

Anti-racist Pedagogy


Inclusive pedagogy is a form of antiracist pedagogy, but there are specific anti-racist approaches and strategies that you can (should) explore.

Resources:

Strategies:

 


Check out our more comprehensive resource document (includes resources on feminist pedagogy,
trauma-informed pedagogy, identities in the classroom, and more!):

 

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