A tool “rooted in theory and research on inclusion, multicultural education, universal design, implicit/unconscious bias, and the hidden curriculum.”
Automates “the process of evaluating the (probabilistic) gender of each name and then providing an estimate of what percentage of the authors on a syllabus are women,” to assess “how gender-balanced their bibliographies and syllabi really are.”
An instructor’s personal process in decolonizing the syllabus.
“[A] tool for educators to use in reflecting on their own pedagogical assumptions, biases, backgrounds, preconceived notions, and how this is intertwined with their racist, classist, sexist, and ablest pedagogical views as well.”
“The Who’s in Class? Form, developed in collaboration with students, faculty and staff members, helps instructors foster an inclusive learning environment early on and throughout a course by increasing their awareness of the diverse assets that their students bring to the classroom. “