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* Join the [[Wikipedia Education Program]].
* Join the [[Wikipedia Education Program]].
* [[Flip]] your classroom.
* [[Flip]] your classroom.
* Provide [[involvement with research|research opportunities]].  
* Provide opportunities to do [[involvement with research|research]].  
* Reflect on [[personal prejudices]].
* Reflect on [[personal prejudices]].
* [[Vary your assessments and retrieval exercises.]]
* [[Vary your assessments and retrieval exercises.]]

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Diversifying Economic Quality

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


READ these pages.

TELL others.

SHARE your research and your strategies.

PRODUCE new evidence.

Email us.



The Chronicle of Higher Education features Div.E.Q. as a diversity initiative having success!

Proven practices for instructors

Aeavideo.pngShare the AEA's video on careers in economics
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

Proven policies for departments

Who is missing?

Does it matter?



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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 (accessed <date of access>).