“Carleton College aspires to be a truly supportive and inclusive learning and work environment for every student and every member of our faculty and staff.” (A Community Plan for Inclusion, Diversity & Equity)
The IDE Strategic Planning process has articulated a series of principles and definitions to guide our attempts to become a more diverse, equitable and inclusive institution.
The LTC’s IDE pages offer information and resources to faculty and staff as they work to implement those goals in our classrooms and other learning environments.
The resources compiled here express a range of opinions and are not intended to set or reflect specific Carleton College policies. These pages are in development. Please send suggestions, comments, or concerns to the LTC Director.
Understanding Carleton’s Past (and Present)
Additional historical resources like Black at Carleton are available in the Carleton Archives. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Equitable and Inclusive Teaching
- Kachani, Ross, and Irvin, 5 Principles as Pathways to Inclusive Learning Inside Higher Ed
- LTC blog post Small Course Modifications That Can Help All Students Succeed
- University of Michigan Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT), Reflecting on Your Practice: Equity-focused Teaching Strategies
Excellent Resources from other Learning & Teaching Centers
- Equity-Focused Principles, Strategies, and Resources a powerhouse page from the University of Michigan Center for Research on Learning and Teaching on letting the concept of equity lead. Read their framing statement for more context.
- Anti-racist Educator (Wheaton College) An excellent overview structured as a set of actions and goals. Refers to a wide range of resources from other colleges and universities.
- Poorvu Center (Yale) Overall, one of the best guides with a particularly robust and thoughtful section on Diversity and Inclusion. They also offer an annotated reading list.
- Georgetown University’s CNDLS offers an Inclusive Pedagogy Toolkit.
- The Principles and Frameworks tab at Vanderbilt’s Center has a good list of topics and resources relating to the science of learning and the principles of inclusive course design