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Culturally Responsive & Inclusive Curriculum Resources: Home

Welcome!

This guide is meant to help faculty at PSU find information and resources that will help them begin to create courses and curriculum that are more culturally responsive to and inclusive of our students. This guide is a response to the Curriculum Committees' new requirements in regards to culturally responsive courses and programs. As the new course and program proposal forms state:

"ELEVATING STUDENTS SUCCESS: As you develop the content, pedagogy and delivery method of your course, keep in mind how your course is culturally responsive, reflects a diversity of voice and accounts for a wide variety of learning styles."

Click on the tabs above to find:

  •  One Basic Definition of Culturally Responsive Curriculum;
  •  Ways to Create Culturally Responsive Classes;
  •  Discipline Specific Examples;
  • And Support at PSU for Culturally Responsive Curriculum

Credits and Contacts

This guide was created by Bob Schroeder and Kim Pendell at the PSU library. Please contact Bob at schroedr@pdx.edu or Kim at kpendell@pdx.edu if you have any comments or ideas for additions for this guide.

Thanks to Steve Harmon and Scott Marshall from the Office of Academic Affairs who came up with the idea for this guide, and to Kerth O'Brien who gave feedback and suggested additional resources.