Active learning has many documented benefits both for students and instructors. Moreover, there is increasing evidence that it disproportionately benefits women and students of color in STEM fields. However, the empirical evidence for this disproportionate benefit doesn’t explain why it happens, nor does it guarantee that all students will benefit from active learning. Active learning is difficult to do well and sometimes it can have detrimental effects on students if we’re not careful. So, we should aim not just for active learning, but learning that is both active and inclusive. This workshop is a collaborative work session where participants work together to share, create, and discuss practical strategies for making active learning more intentionally inclusive.