The first premise of teaching in acknowledging no two students are alike. There is no new premise for Inclusive Teaching as well.
Inclusion only involves embracing a wider definition of differences. Acknowledging that our original premises have been limiting and its time to expand the same.
There is no rocket science in becoming an Inclusive educator. The biggest roadblock to overcome is our concerns about how different this will be.
Once you are driven by the question of wanting to learn 'how to teach' rather than a doubt/worry of 'will I be able to teach' Inclusion is well under way.
IUA is here to support you in your endeavor. You can find below theme based resources that you can use to make your classes and lab work inclusive and accessible for all.
Simple pedagogical strategies can make classrooms inclusive and accessible for all.
Learn what they are here (We don't have a up-loadable version of this but can work on it)
Traditionally STEM education has been regarded to be in accessible for Students with Disabilities. This is far from the truth. Many of the member IUA institutes have had SwDs successfully graduate in STEM careers.
Learn about making your labs and experiments accessible for students with blindness and low vision from our member institute XRCVC, St.Xavier's College, Mumbai's work here.
To access Teacher Instruction Kit documents for teachers and facilitators of STEM subjects with curriculum relevant materials created by Vision Empower, click here.
In COVID 19 times, making online learning inclusive and accessible has been a challenge. Learn how to overcome the same. Resource material available here.