Glossary – Inclusive Teaching

Attribution: The definitions Privilege, Inclusion, Power, Diversity, Equity, Oppression, Bias, and Intersectionality are taken from Queen’s University’s fantastic open resource Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Pedagogy and Practice, Module 1: Power Privilege & Power, Lesson 2: Unpacking Language and Lesson 4: Intersectionality. This glossary is open to contributions, comments and suggestions. Please contact talic(at)gold.ac.uk Bias Bias is…

Personal Tutoring Toolkit

Goldsmiths is committed to providing a student experience which is intellectually engaging and challenging, and which promotes opportunities for personal and professional growth. Personal tutors are the first point of contact for students and have a particular role in assisting students with academic progress and offering general pastoral support. This is usually carried out through personal…

Assessment & Feedback Toolkit

Assessment and Feedback Methods This section contains an overview of some learner-centred and inclusive assessment methods: Assessment for Learning, Ipsative Assessment, Varied Assessment, and Co-Assessment. Assessment and Feedback Design This section highlights the importance of using developmental assessment and feedback methods, as well as diversity, dialogue and transparency, spacing, consistency, and student-staff partnership in assessment…

Inclusive Teaching Toolkit

Inclusion means that all students, no matter their physical or learning differences, race, religious or ethnic background, sexual orientation, gender, age, or family circumstance, should be treated fairly, with respect, and given equal access to opportunities. This includes opportunities to: master disciplinary content and fully engage in disciplinary activities; develop the confidence about one’s own…