Every Learner Everywhere

An Equity-First Approach to Evidence-Based Teaching Practices Strategy Guide

An Equity-First Approach to Evidence-Based Teaching Practices is one of a series of teaching strategy guides published by Every Learner Everywhere for the purpose of highlighting how the three facets of our mission, equity in higher education, digital learning, and evidence-based teaching practices, can be applied in higher educational courses.

An Equity-First Approach to Evidence-Based Teaching Practices reviews six teaching practices proven to benefit Black, Latino, Indigenous, poverty-affected, and first-generation students in gateway courses.

The six practices include:

  1. Transparency
  2. Active learning
  3. Formative practice
  4. Data analytics
  5. Metacognition
  6. Sense of belonging
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Recommended citation:

Rodgers, A. and O’Sullivan, P. (2022) An Equity-First Approach to Evidence-Based Teaching Practices. Every Learner Everywhere. https://www.everylearnereverywhere.org/resources/an-equity-first-approach-to-evidence-based-teaching-practices/

Every Learner Everywhere Teaching Strategy Guide Series

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