This post is to provide resources for future collaboration with faculty and other instructional designers. If you have rubrics, tools, frameworks, or other resources that you have found useful, please comment below. This is a short list to get IDs started and to help guide the research for future rubrics. Much of this was used in my work at the WA SBCTC Highschool+ and Dept. of Corrections projects. If you have rubrics, tools, frameworks, or other resources that you have found useful, please comment below.
Antoine, Asma-na-hi, et al. (2018). Pulling Together: A guide for Indigenization of post-secondary institutions. Victoria, BC: BCcampus. (An open textbook)
Brantmeier, Ed, et al. (n.d.). Inclusion By Design: Survey Your Syllabus and Course Design – A Worksheet. James Madison University. Harrisonburg, VA (A rubric)
Bryan-Gooden, J, et al (2019). Culturally Responsive Curriculum Scorecard. New York: Metropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools, New York University.
Checklist for an Inclusive Classroom Community. (2006). Adapted from A Guide to Effective Literacy Instruction, Grades 4 to 6 – Volume Two Assessment,
2006, pp. 5–8.
Gamrat, Chris (2020). Inclusive Teaching and Course Design. Educause Review.
Garibay, Juan C. (2015) Creating a Positive Classroom Climate for Diversity. UCLA Diversity & Faculty Development.
Major, Amielle (2020). How to Develop Culturally Responsive Teaching for Distance Learning. KQED. Mind/Shift.
Milheim, Karen (2017). A Fundamental Look at Cultural Diversity and the Online Classroom. eLearn, vol 2017, issue 2.
Peralta Community College District Equity Rubric. (2018) Peralta Online Equity Initiative. Peralta Community College. Oakland, Ca.
Sneed, Obiageli (2016). Fostering an Inclusive Environment when Developing Online Courses. Teach Online. Arizona State University.
Snively, Gloria and Williams, Wanosts’a7 Lorna, eds. (2017). Knowing Home: Braiding Indigenous Science with Western Science, Book 1. Victoria, BC: BCcampus. (An open textbook)
Snively, Gloria and Williams, Wanosts’a7 Lorna, eds. (2018). Knowing Home: Braiding Indigenous Science with Western Science, Book 2. Victoria, BC: BCcampus. (An open textbook)
Restoule, Jean-Paul and Chaw-win-is. (2017) Old Ways Are the New Way Forward: How Indigenous pedagogy can benefit everyone. The Canadian Commission for UNESCO’s IdeaLab
Watch this space for a later developments…