CELT has presented the Inclusive Classroom workshops to over 400 individuals since 2015. This Inclusive Classroom framework serves as the foundation for the annual Inclusive Classroom training. CELT will, “… conduct annual training for faculty in each academic department on the importance of, and approaches to, creating an inclusive classroom environment” which supports the “University actions to address racism and discrimination” outlined in these ten actions (PDF), and President Wintersteen’s message from Nov. 8, 2019 (PDF).
In the President’s Message for Inclusive Classroom Training YouTube video below President Wendy Wintersteen, Senior Vice President Provost Jonathan Wickert, and Faculty Senate President Jonathan Sturm share a thank you message to the instructors at Iowa State University for participating in the Inclusive Classroom initiative lead by the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT).
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This is our current face-to-face program schedule as of January 24, 2020 at 9:42 a.m. The Unit Leadership is the contact for each departmental
Who has to participate in the training? The Provost has indicated that there is an expectation that every faculty member will participate in the
Units may schedule their Inclusive Classroom annual training on this page. Each unit is responsible for: Sharing at least three scheduling options for days/times
Each question may be toggled to reveal the answer below it. What is CELT Inclusive Classroom training? Using as its base the Inclusive Classroom