As featured in Inside Higher Ed and the forthcoming book What Inclusive Instructors Do: Principles and Practices for Effectiveness in College Teaching, 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. Instructors administer the anonymous form online in their courses at the start of the semester, and students complete it on a voluntary basis. Instructors only view results in aggregate, and partner with their center for teaching and learning or similar support office to review the results and discuss small, focused steps for making their courses more inclusive. Instructors administering the form are expected to have some basic understanding of biases and inclusive instructional practices prior to using the form, use the responses solely for the purposes of building an inclusive classroom, and delete responses at the end of each academic year.
Addy, T.M., Dube, D., SoRelle, M., Mitchell, K.A. What Inclusive Instructors Do: Principles and Practices for Effectiveness in College Teaching. Stylus Publishing. Forthcoming in 2021.
Addy, T.M., Dube, D., Mitchell, K.A. (August 5, 2020). Fostering an Inclusive Classroom. Inside Higher Ed (Opinion). Available from https://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2020/08/05/small-steps-instructors-can-take-build-more-inclusive-classrooms-opinion