Certificate in Inclusive Teaching
The goal of this certificate is to encourage faculty to examine their beliefs about equity and anti-racist work, gain knowledge/understanding about how diversity and identify influence higher education, and to work towards developing humility and sensitivity to create inclusive classrooms and workplaces. This certificate will focus on helping faculty integrate pedagogical principles aligned with inclusive excellence into the learning environment, course design, and assignments to increase awareness of the importance of diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice in the classroom, and contribute to student success.
Certificate in Remote Instruction
The Certificate in Remote Instruction is meant to prepare instructors to teach remotely in unforeseeable situations like the current public health emergency or other natural disasters. This certificate will prepare participants with knowledge related to distance course design, remote instruction/course delivery, alternate student assessment, and other issues related to remote teaching and learning The converted course will utilize equitable teaching practice and promote teaching and learning strategies that recognize not all students may be able to meet remote course instruction requirements (technological needs, synchronous vs asynchronous course sessions, etc.).
FCETL and the Office of the Provost are pleased to offer you the opportunity to participate in our third round of cohort(s) for the ACUE program, designed to enhance our campus commitment to faculty and student success. This outstanding professional development opportunity, that exposes faculty to research-based effective instructional practices, is the first course designed for higher education faculty that leads to a nationally-recognized Certificate in Effective College Instruction co-endorsed by the American Council on Education (ACE) and ACUE.