Inclusivity is not a transparent concept, but it is a moral responsibility teachers have to make sure minorities and students that come from exclusions have a voice in the classroom, that they feel seen and comfortable enough to participate. The goal of this project is to provide a digital space that supplies open and easily accessible material to assist teachers in using inclusive thinking to design classroom work and build inclusive classroom environments.
Aside from containing techniques to build an inclusive environment and to apply to classroom work, the website will also supply a list common microaggressions so that teachers can improve the way they speak and avoid any sort of exclusive speech. Additionally, it will make available a handful of short and easy readings on what inclusivity is and who it is for.
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