Our new Inclusive Teaching resources are the result of a collaboration with faculty members Khalilah Caines-Louis, LCSW and Dr. Victoria Anyikwa. The pages provide helpful insights into what Inclusive Teaching is and strategies to support all students in your courses.
Inclusive teaching expert, Dr. Anyikwa commented on the partnership with CTLE, “I can definitely say that working with CTLE has been an absolute pleasure. You recognize our busy schedules and gently nudge us into compiling and presenting our material...you then take it and turn it into a beautiful site for faculty to explore. Great collaborators all around!”
Faculty members used their expertise and experience with the new inclusion initiative to develop and curate easy-to-digest information for our faculty. Professors Caines-Louis and Anyikwa emphasize that the incorporation of inclusion principles and strategies in the classroom supports student learning and community. Their resources demonstrate the importance of implementation and its effect on student learning. Read more here.
Professor Khaliah Caines-Louis, LCSW stated, “I appreciate the fact that CTLE is aware of the need for inclusive teaching and is proactive in providing faculty with information on this subject. CTLE provides a wealth of information and practical tools for full-time and adjunct faculty, and the inclusive teaching content is an additional tool for faculty to use...[the CTLE] has been helpful and patient in bringing the vision to life!”
Don't miss a beat and keep checking the CTLE website for more teaching resources!
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