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*Diversifying Economic Quality: Using Evidence to Create More Inclusive Economics Departments (March 18 presentation)
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*[[media:MSU_open_workshop.pdf|Creating a More Inclusive Classroom Environment]] (March 17 workshop)

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Some steps towards making classes more effective and inclusive

  1. Decide what you want your students to take away from your course, and use backward-design to accomplish your goals[1].
  2. Employ active learning techniques.
  3. Foster a growth mindset in your students.
  4. Modify and limit the effects of implicit biases.
  5. Understand stereotype threat and reduce it with wise feedback and values affirmation.

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