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The Inclusive Teaching Visualization Project was developed as a resource for instructors that visualizes several inclusive teaching practices and behaviors, specifically at the post-secondary level. The featured strategies are based on actual classroom observations in addition to research surrounding inclusion. 

The project is meant to be a thought provoking exercise.  Educators are encouraged to watch the vignettes depicting inclusive teaching techniques in various classroom scenarios, identify the inclusive teaching approaches, and reflect on their own teaching or how this might look in their classroom.  The final step is to use this as a starting point for brainstorming other inclusive teaching approaches and how they can be integrated into the classroom.

To view the resource and learn more about the project, visit the Inclusive Teaching Visualization Project Webpage.