The Multicultural Education Program offers workshops for instructors on creating inclusive classrooms for diverse student populations, revealing climate issues, and understanding and addressing unconscious bias.
A presentation by UC Berkeley Disability Access and Compliance covering best practices for communicating with disabled people, making presentations and distributed materials most accessible, and the UC Berkeley process for ensuring legally compliant Zoom meetings.
A brief history of how UC Berkeley became hallowed ground for the Disability Rights Movement worldwide by starting a civil and human rights movement which advocates for equal opportunity for disabled people and pushed back against the Eugenics Movement in this country. This document is a transcript of a speech Ella Callow from UC Berkeley Disability Access and Compliance gave during a Teaching in Troubled Times event on campus.
This online course will introduce you to terms and concepts related to transgender, nonbinary, and broader gender nonconforming identities, as well as best practices for name, pronoun, and title usage.
The CDF program has been built to respond to a core question of anti-racism and social justice education. "How do we design supports for faculty and students in ways that are adaptive, equity-oriented, and foster anti-racism?" The model is a multi-pronged approach that involves working closely with faculty cohorts and providing near-peer support for students.
Resources for helping professors, GSIs, instructors, facilitators and others responsible for educational environments create inclusive and welcoming spaces for everyone in the Cal community, and in particular for LGBTQ+ students.
The Anti-Racism in Academia: A Learning Journey (ARiA) series is a collaborative initiative that was created to inspire a more understanding and inclusive community in higher education by engaging professionals of all levels and across disciplines to combat racism.
This website is dedicated to helping instructors build a syllabus that plans for diverse student abilities and promotes an atmosphere in which students feel comfortable discussing their unique abilities.