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Inclusive and Equitable Teaching

What does it mean for classrooms to be inclusive spaces? How can we enhance learning by more fully engaging with diversity? We help faculty think through their courses and their classrooms from the guiding perspective of equity and inclusion. We encourage faculty to consult our Recommended Practices for Inclusive Teaching.

For a broader view on the topic, there are more resources on the page Inclusive and Equitable Teaching.

Prison Teaching Initiative

The Prison Teaching Initiative (PTI)) has a three-part mission:

  1. to provide the highest quality postsecondary education to incarcerated students in New Jersey;
  2. to offer Princeton University graduate students, postdocs, faculty, and staff innovative, evidence-based pedagogy and intensive classroom experience; and
  3. to foster robust campus dialogue on mass incarceration and its relationship to systemic inequalities in access to education.

Learn more about the Prison Teaching Initiative

Digital Pedagogy Call for Proposals

The McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning invites proposals from faculty, or a faculty member in partnership with a graduate student, to develop course-based digital pedagogy projects, small-scale educational tools, or instructional resources that have the potential to augment or expand existing course curriculum. Successful applicants will work closely with McGraw Center staff to plan and build their projects into working prototypes.

The call for proposals are typically open between October to January.