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* [[Actively recruit]] students who may be underprepared, unsure, or unaware.
 
* [[Actively recruit]] students who may be underprepared, unsure, or unaware.
 
* Advertise the broad array of [[careers in economics|careers]] and [[Research Highlights|research areas]] in economics.
 
* Advertise the broad array of [[careers in economics|careers]] and [[Research Highlights|research areas]] in economics.
* Design courses to teach [[rubrics|essential competencies]] in economics, and provide students with [[rubrics|learning outcomes and rubrics]].  
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* Design courses to teach [[rubrics|essential competencies]] in economics, and provide students with [[learning outcomes]] and rubrics.  
 
* Encourage peer and faculty [[mentoring]].
 
* Encourage peer and faculty [[mentoring]].
 
* Utilize [[summer bridge programs|bridge programs]].
 
* Utilize [[summer bridge programs|bridge programs]].

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Diversifying Economic Quality

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

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NEWS:


Practices for all economists

Practices for instructors


Growth.jpgFoster a growth mindset in your students
Zoomlogo.png8 Ways to Be More Inclusive in Your Zoom Teaching
Wait Time Image1.jpgAdd wait time to classroom activities
Aea research.pngShare the AEA's Research Highlights
Projector.JPGDesign effective slide presentations
Blooms new.pngHelp students move up Bloom's pyramid





Practices for departments

Who is missing?

Does it matter?

Resources

EVENTS:

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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>).