Inclusive instructional practices

Useful open educational resources for instructors and facilitators

To introduce considerations of equity, diversity, inclusivity, and indigenization in curricular and co-curricular offerings, many instructors and staff are looking for resources on inclusive instruction, indigenization, and inclusivity-informed practices – either for their own professional learning or to share and use with their students. In the last few years, several excellent open educational resources (OERs) were developed by Canadian institutions, including ours. This resource provides links to various OERs in Canada with a focus on indigenization, intercultural considerations, anti-racism, mental health and wellbeing, and equity-minded teaching. All of which can be adapted to various teaching and learning contexts. This list is not a complete representation of the field, and represents a place to start for instructors and facilitators wishing to learn more about these themes. If you know of an OER that meets these themes, please contact Dr. Rebecca MacAlpine

 mental health and wellness, intercultural competence, indigenization, equity-minded teaching, and anti-racist pedagogies.


Content curated by: Dr. Rebecca MacAlpine, CTE Liaison to the Faculty of Arts, and Dr. Svitlana Taraban-Gordon, Senior Educational Developer

Original design support provided by: Brent McCready-Branch