They say that "The construction of the inclusive pedagogy framework began by amalgamating the findings from two resources: a) a peer-reviewed synthesis article on inclusive practices in higher education (Salazar et al., 2010) and b) a practical checklist from the Universal Design of Instruction (UID checklist) based on the work of Chickering and Gamson (Does Your Curriculum Provide an Inclusive Environment? Is it IUD Friendly). After reviewing many papers on inclusive pedagogy, we found the Salazar et al. (2010) article to be the most comprehensive account of existing literature on inclusive teaching in higher education to date. The Inclusive Pedagogy Framework includes several practices that promote inclusive teaching. This framework focuses on 3 main aspects of Inclusive Pedagogy: Inclusive Communication, Inclusive Instructional Practices, and Designing Inclusive Curriculum."
I found this via an online article
Keyek-Franssen, D. (2018, November 14). 5 Tips for Supporting Inclusive and Open Pedagogies. https://er.educause.edu/blogs/2018/11/5-tips-for-supporting-inclusive-and-open-pedagogies?
Photo by Sheila Webber: Pampas grass, December 2018