Infusing Diversity and Equity into the Curriculum: What are Faculty Members Actually Doing?

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Title: Infusing Diversity and Equity into the Curriculum: What are Faculty Members Actually Doing?
Author: Sciame-Giesecke, Sue; Parkinson, Kathy; Roden, Dianne
Keywords: Criterion One (2008 HLC Self-Study); Diversity
Date: 2008
Publisher: Indiana University
Abstract: Virtually every college and university today feels the pressure to prepare students to live and work in a diverse world. The authors investigated how infusing diversity and equity into the curriculum works in practice on a college campus by examining five years of faculty annual reports. The vast majority (90%) of faculty included comments about course content, just under half (49%) included descriptions of different teaching strategies, and a minority talked about better understanding their students (18%) or themselves (16%). This article concludes with a discussion of the findings‟ implications and outlines recommendations for change.
Location: http://hdl.handle.net/10333/1529
Type: Report

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