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Instruction Toolkit: Active MIT Libraries Resources
Carpentries teaching draws from this open-source book. "Just as knowing a few basic facts about germs and nutrition can help you stay healthy, knowing a few things about cognitive psychology, instructional design, inclusivity, and community organization can help you be a more effective teacher. This book presents key ideas you can use right now, explains why we believe they are true, and points you at other resources that will help you go further."
Research based descriptions that inform library teaching and design of instructional products. "...classroom practices that help students feel that they are an integral part of the class, that their ideas matter and that their perspectives are welcomed, create a sense of academic belonging. Often, strategies that create inclusive classrooms and inclusive departmental environments support students’ academic belonging."