Inclusive Principles & Practices

BU Wheelock World Language Education students develop high-quality lesson plans, curricular units, and assessments. Here, you will find a few examples of our students’ work. We are incredibly proud of our students and their commitment to proficiency-based instruction and teaching for social justice and equity.

WL 514: Inclusive Principles & Practices in World Language Education

Students investigate an “Issue in Context” of their choosing, conducting research and exploring classroom principles and practices to disrupt inequity and ensure all students are included and supported in the classroom.

Alicia LeClair, M.A.T. Modern Foreign Language Education (Spanish), ’22

  • Issue in Context: “Amplifying and Affirming LGBTQIA Voices and Identities in the World Language Classroom”
  • Issue in Context Paper



Loris Dennis, EdM Curriculum & Teaching, ’21

  • Issue in Context: “Factors and Solutions for the Low Enrollment of African American students in World Language classes: Asking the students”
  • Issue in Context Paper