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* Be aware of a third theory of [[discrimination]].
 
* Be aware of a third theory of [[discrimination]].
 
* Incorporate [[heterodox theories of economics|alternative economic approaches]].
 
* Incorporate [[heterodox theories of economics|alternative economic approaches]].
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* Consider posting [[class discussion guidelines]].
 
* Teach with [[nuance]] and [[humility]].
 
* Teach with [[nuance]] and [[humility]].
 
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Diversifying Economic Quality

Div.E.Q. promotes inclusive, innovative, and evidence-based teaching practices in economics.

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Practices for all economists

Practices for instructors


Growth.jpgFoster a growth mindset in your students
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Practices for departments

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Resources

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Please cite this resource as: Bayer, Amanda, 2011. Diversifying Economic Quality. American Economic Association Committee on the Status of Minority Groups in the Economics Profession (CSMGEP). http://www.diversifyingecon.org (<date of access>).