This workshop is designed to help instructors think about their classrooms as environments which can be unknowingly affected by bias, both from instructors and from students. By examining a series of case studies with peers, participants will be asked to reflect on various ways student learning can be either enabled or disabled by the syllabi,classroom topics, and discussion practices put in place by their instructors. In this way, the workshop hopes to foster a conversation about the best practices and effective strategies that can be brought into the classroom to create enabling learning environments for all students. This year, the workshop will be co-led by Francey Russell, Department of Philosophy, and Yan Wang, Committee on Neurobiology.