Tag: inclusive classroom

Welcome to the Iowa State Conference on Race and Ethnicity - Mar. 3 isthe pre-conference, Conferenc on Mar. 4-5

Register to attend the 21st Annual Thomas L. Hill ISCORE: Iowa State Conference on Race & Ethnicity

You are invited to the 21st Annual Thomas L. Hill ISCORE: Iowa State Conference on Race and Ethnicity (March 3-5, 2021) It has been a challenging year, full of social and political issues that have threatened to divide the campus, community, and country. It is more critical than ever that we find ways to come … Continue reading Register to attend the 21st Annual Thomas L. Hill ISCORE: Iowa State Conference on Race & Ethnicity

Promoting ISU’s Principles of Community in Your Syllabus

CELT has developed syllabus resources via the How to Create an Effective Syllabus website. Since 2016, CELT continues to develop the Mindful and Learner-Centered Syllabus Checklist (PDF). This checklist provides an extensive list of student-centered resources, a guide for promoting an inclusive campus, and the recommended statements. The recommended syllabus statements developed to communicate a … Continue reading Promoting ISU’s Principles of Community in Your Syllabus

Inclusive Classroom Faculty Development Workshops (Summer 2017)

Today’s university classrooms are more diverse than in the past. With this diversity of students comes the need to ensure the learning environments associated with courses are inclusive and designed to support all students. This faculty workshop includes pre-workshop online learning modules and an interactive face-to-face workshop focused on creating an inclusive classroom environment. To … Continue reading Inclusive Classroom Faculty Development Workshops (Summer 2017)

Faculty workshop focuses on an inclusive classroom

CELT is offering a 3-hour faculty workshop on classroom environments that are inclusive and support all students. It will be offered two more times this fall semester (Nov. 9 and Dec. 1) and five times during spring semester (Jan.5, Jan. 27, Feb. 22, Mar. 28, and Apr. 20). Faculty participants complete online learning modules in … Continue reading Faculty workshop focuses on an inclusive classroom

Inclusive Classrooms Benefit All Learners

University classrooms are more diverse today than ever before. With this diversity of students comes the need to ensure the learning environments we create in our courses and in the classrooms are inclusive and designed to support all students. We need to acknowledge and accept students with perspectives other than our own, to diversify our … Continue reading Inclusive Classrooms Benefit All Learners

CELT’s New Website- Same Great Resources but Easier to Use

If you’ve been to our website  recently you’ve likely noticed our new design and layout. Over the past eight months we’ve worked with a ‘user experience’ (UX) expert to help us reimagine the CELT website. As part of that redesign, we pared down the content to represent the current work we are focused on and … Continue reading CELT’s New Website- Same Great Resources but Easier to Use

Steps Toward Creating an Inclusive Classroom

Micromessages are small, subtle, often subconscious messages we send and receive in our communication with others in the form of a gesture, word choice, treatment, or even tone of voice. These messages can be either positive (micro-affirmations) or negative (micro-inequities). –National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity Without awareness educators may inadvertently use micro-inequities to discourage … Continue reading Steps Toward Creating an Inclusive Classroom