Inclusive Teaching for STEM Classrooms

Workshop / Training
For NYU Community

Prof Jin Montclare with two women students of color in lab

Inclusive teaching is a framework that informs every aspect of the teaching and learning process, from the pedagogical practices we employ in the classroom to the curricular choices we make in designing our syllabi. It can be hard to know, however, where to start and how inclusive practices can be implemented specifically in STEM teaching and learning environments.

Please join us Friday, March 26, 10 AM-1 PM for a workshop for Tandon faculty that explores inclusive teaching from the perspective of course design and assessment practices, where we will examine key principles and consider strategies for reaching all learners through intentional and inclusive course design and assessment practices. 

By the end of this session, faculty will:

  • Engage with relevant scholarship, including research on active learning, metacognition, and assessment practices 

  • Reflect on their current teaching practices to identify successes and growth areas 

  • Identify strategies for inclusive course design and assessment that they can implement in their classrooms 

  • Create an action plan for integrating and refining inclusive techniques into their teaching practice


The workshop will be led by Dr. Chandani Patel, Director for Global Diversity Education within the Office of Global Inclusion, Diversity, and Strategic Innovation (OGI).

Please register by March 19 to reserve your place.