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To navigate the site, use the drop down bar at the top of the page or click on the logo, top left, which returns browsers to the main page.
 
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Div.E.Q. is an online resource promoting inclusive, innovative, and evidence-based teaching practices in economics.
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This wiki promotes best teaching practices in economics, particularly practices that encourage women, students of color, and members of other underrepresented groups to continue their study of economics. Here, economists can disseminate and discover prescriptions for improving our teaching and the inclusiveness of our discipline.
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The teaching strategies offered here are presented alongside evidence of their effectiveness and practical suggestions for implementation. Please spend time browsing the site; many of the strategies are effective and straightforward to incorporate. Our choices as instructors and gatekeepers affect student participation and achievement.
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The wiki also provides data describing patterns of participation in our profession and opportunities for thoughtful reflection on why inclusion and diversity are important to the future of economic theory and policymaking.
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Div.E.Q. is sponsored by the AEA's [http://www.aeaweb.org/committees/CSMGEP/index.php Committee on the Status of Minority Groups in the Economics Profession].

Latest revision as of 17:10, 31 October 2013

To navigate the site, use the drop down bar at the top of the page or click on the logo, top left, which returns browsers to the main page.



Div.E.Q. is an online resource promoting inclusive, innovative, and evidence-based teaching practices in economics.

This wiki promotes best teaching practices in economics, particularly practices that encourage women, students of color, and members of other underrepresented groups to continue their study of economics. Here, economists can disseminate and discover prescriptions for improving our teaching and the inclusiveness of our discipline.

The teaching strategies offered here are presented alongside evidence of their effectiveness and practical suggestions for implementation. Please spend time browsing the site; many of the strategies are effective and straightforward to incorporate. Our choices as instructors and gatekeepers affect student participation and achievement.

The wiki also provides data describing patterns of participation in our profession and opportunities for thoughtful reflection on why inclusion and diversity are important to the future of economic theory and policymaking.

Div.E.Q. is sponsored by the AEA's Committee on the Status of Minority Groups in the Economics Profession.