The Doyle Program has assembled resources for faculty interested in developing skills in inclusive pedagogy to engage questions of difference and diversity. These open-access and cross-disciplinary sources are designed for instructors in higher education at Georgetown University and beyond. Resources include tools for course design, faculty reflections on teaching, and theory in innovative pedagogy.
The Teaching Commons at Georgetown University provides a wide range of resources related to pedagogy—from tools for course design to information on different approaches to learning.These resources are open-access, applicable to all disciplines, and instructive for new and experienced faculty alike.
The Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship (CNDLS) at Georgetown University supports inclusive learning spaces at the university by sponsoring faculty workshops, individual consultations, and fellowships. Learn more about working with CNDLS through these resources on inclusive pedagogy, designed to help Georgetown faculty to promote thoughtfulness and mutual respect in the classroom.
These resources on teaching diversity are designed to support educators who engage in discussions of cultural pluralism in the classroom. Articles describe the best practices for teaching college students to think critically and dynamically about social, cultural, and religious diversity.
This collection of faculty reflections explores how instructors across the Georgetown campus engage difference in the classroom. Each short essay overviews techniques and texts faculty use as they seek to engage difference as part of their courses, connecting the practice of inclusive teaching to the latest in pedagogical theory.