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Michel X.

All I can offer is what I did, which was to talk about my syllabus design (where, e.g., I've focused on ensuring women are well represented), course structure (where I've instituted, e.g., blind grading), and course content (where, e.g., my students' interests--they're largely international and often from my own linguistic and cultural minority group--influences some of my choices of modules--e.g. modules on multiculturalism and minority rights in Contemporary Moral Issues). I also talked a little about some experience tutoring a student with learning disabilities, and the accommodations I make for such students in my classes.

Whether that's enough/what's desired, I don't know.

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