Using a Minoritized Graduate Instructor Identity to Cultivate an Inclusive and Diverse Learning Space
Exploring How We Teach: Lived Experiences, Lessons, and Research about Graduate Instructors by Graduate Instructors
Utah State University
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- How to humanize the classroom climate and establish an authentic presence that can challenge the conventional Westernized classroom structure.
- How graduate instructors can use their malleable identity to their advantage in cultivating an inclusive community of diverse learners. There are experiences that are unique to graduate instructors, especially for those of us who come from underrepresented cultural backgrounds. These experiences can be utilized to construct a more inclusive and diverse learning environment, which could then encourage students to do the same.
Ab Latif, Faqryza, "Using a Minoritized Graduate Instructor Identity to Cultivate an Inclusive and Diverse Learning Space" (2022). Exploring How We Teach. Paper 5.