- You’ve planned deliberately to build community in class in adaptable ways.
- You plan to repeatedly engage in community-building activities across space and time.
- You’re revising your course to speak to equity, diversity, inclusion, and access concerns. Such activities might include adding scholarship from under-represented scholars; imagining how students with exceptionalities will participate in class sessions and what that means in your class; imagining how students with various challenges will engage with the instructor and content.
- You’ve re-thought your ground rules for your classes to facilitate function, and you've planned to have students help to create these guidelines.
- You’re re-imagining group work and projects to facilitate appropriate objective achievement with maximum adaptability.
- You’ve reviewed your content to consider how you can present it in inclusive ways.
- You’ve started identifying ways to break large pieces of content into small pieces.
- You’ve begun thinking about universal design for learning and incorporating those principles into your course.
- You’ve considered alternate ways for students to demonstrate their learning apart from tests and quizzes.