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Inclusive Classroom Proficiency

The Inclusive Classroom Proficiency equips educators to create and ensure safe, welcoming spaces in college classrooms. Learn to tackle barriers like microaggressions, cultural differences, and trauma, while addressing diverse student needs. Earn a digital badge upon completion, showcasing your commitment to creating an engaging learning environment where every student can succeed. Enroll now for impactful change in your classroom and beyond!

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1 person$329 per person
2-4 people$295 per person
5-9 people$209 per person
10-19 people$165 per person
20-39 people$139 per person
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The course enrollment will expire one year after activation.

In today’s diverse classrooms, creating and ensuring an inclusive classroom and teaching practices is crucial. The diverse student body brings a range of backgrounds, experiences, and needs to the learning space. However, barriers such as microaggressions, cultural differences, trauma, and triggers can hinder student engagement, retention, and overall success. Without effective strategies and understanding, creating a truly inclusive environment can seem daunting and overwhelming.

The Inclusive Classroom Proficiency is designed specifically for higher education faculty like you. We understand the complexities and importance of fostering inclusivity, and we’re here to provide you with the tools and expertise you need to make a meaningful impact. Expert educators lend their successful implementation strategies of how they created and maintain a classroom environment that actively engages every student and fosters equal opportunities for success.

This 11-hour learning path is flexible and adapts to your specific needs through a self-assessment tool that starts your journey. You’ll receive a recommended list of programs to complete to solve your biggest challenges. For those passionate about learning, you also have the option of completing as many of the programs you like. Upon completion of this proficiency, you’ll not only gain mastery of inclusive teaching, but receive a digital badge verifying this gained skill.

This Course Includes:

  • A self-assessment tool to guide your learning to incorporate your specific needs
  • Goal-Setting Guide
  • Professional Growth Plan Worksheet
  • Classroom Action Plan Worksheet
  • Supplemental materials for each program within the course
  • A digital badge upon completion

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Learning Goals:

At the conclusion of this course, you’ll be able to:

  • Develop intentional strategies for culturally responsive teaching
  • Implement collaborative learning spaces for neurodiverse students
  • Effectively identify and address microaggressions in the classroom
  • Promote respectful dialogue and understanding among students from diverse background
  • Create a classroom environment that supports students who have experienced trauma

Who Will Benefit from This Course:

  • Faculty teaching in any modality

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Product Code: PQ23QA

Meet Your Presenters

Flower Darby
Associate Director of the Teaching Center, University of Missouri-Columbia

Dorian Rhea Debussy, PhD
Associate Director, Office for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Kenyon College

Stephanie Delaney, PhD
Vice President of Instruction, Renton Technical College

Jonathan Howle, EdD
Learning Design and Development Technologist, Guilford College

Dina Leland
Disability Specialist, President (NV-AHEAD), University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Amy B. Mulnix, PhD
Interim Associate Secretary, Phi Beta Kappa

Jill Purdy
Department Chair and Professor, Cedar Crest College

MaryAnn Raybuck
NOVACares Case Manager

Lorna Rourke, MA, MLS
Library Director, St. Jerome’s University

Sara Schley
Professor and Director of Research Center for Teaching and Learning

Tasha Souza
Associate Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning, Boise State University

Kate Sweeney
Lecturer, Columbia University

Sherry Zane, PhD
Director of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, University of Connecticut

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If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, you may cancel the order within 30 days of purchase and receive a full refund.

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