ISU's Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching defines inclusive pedagogy as "a student-centered approach to teaching that faculty create an inviting and engaging learning environment to all the students with varied backgrounds, learning styles, and physical and cognitive abilities in the classroom." The goal of inclusive pedagogy is to improve classroom outcomes for all students.
ERIC contains records and links to education literature and curriculum materials. It includes journal articles, books, conference papers, curriculum guides, dissertations and policy papers in topics ranging from pre-k through adult education, teacher education, counseling, second-language learning, special education, and assessment.
Books from the library
Books on this topic can be found using the ISU Library's Quick Search, using terms such as "inclusive pedagogy" and "inclusive education". Below are some examples of books recently added to the library's collection that address inclusive teaching in higher education.