Learn how to ensure equitable access to learning, embrace diversity in your classroom, provide useful feedback and more.
ACUE’s microcredential course in Creating an Inclusive and Supportive Learning Environment (geared for those teaching primarily in person) is foundational in teaching you practices that enable you to create an optimal environment to support learning—including how to increase student engagement, embrace diversity and help students persist in meeting academic challenges.
This course is organized around seven competencies and takes seven to eight weeks to complete. You will learn with a professionally facilitated online cohort of faculty members, with whom you will share insights and ideas.
Competencies addressed in this course are aligned with ACUE’s Effective Practice Framework:
- Leading the First Day of Class
- Promoting a Civil Learning Environment
- Ensuring Equitable Access to Learning
- Helping Students Persist in Their Studies
- Embracing Diversity in Your Classroom
- Checking for Student Understanding
- Providing Useful Feedback
Educators who complete the requirements for this open enrollment course earn a microcredential in “Creating an Inclusive and Supportive Learning Environment.” This microcredential may be utilized in meeting partial requirements necessary to earn the American Council on Education (ACE) endorsed Certificate in Effective College Instruction.
Enrollment fee for an individual: $600.
To enroll a group of faculty from the same institution please email [email protected] to discuss next steps.
Next course start dates:
- August 6
- October 8
- January 21
The application deadline for individuals is 3-days prior to the course start date, subject to course availability. The application deadline for institutional small groups is 10-business days prior to the course start date, subject to course availability.
Applicants are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis, subject to program director approval. Early registration is recommended.