Shaping a Positive Learning Environment
There are many ways to create an effective learning environment for our students and the diverse backgrounds from which they may come. There are a number of ways to learn more about your students and to develop explicit decisions and directions for how your class will interact. This section provides resources and things to consider when making individual choices about the type of environment you want for your students to facilitate their learning that corresponds with your style of teaching.
Teaching for Diversity and Inclusiveness in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) – Angela Linse, Wayne Jacobson, and Lois Reddick
Exploring Student Expectations – Janet Donald and Jim Wilkinson
Creating an Inclusive Learning Environment – Terrie Nolinske