Engagement Practices are evidence-based teaching practices that faculty can use to help broaden participation in computing. They are especially impactful in early courses when students are deciding whether to pursue a computing major.
grow inclusive student community
Students are more likely to persist when they have a community related to their academic pursuits. Faculty can help establish, support, and grow an inclusive student community in their programs by following some relatively simple practices in the classroom, by integrating collaborative learning into courses, and by providing leadership and support outside of regular courses.