ACUE: CREATING AN INCLUSIVE AND SUPPORTIVE [ONLINE] LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
PROGRAMS IN PEDAGOGY
The P3 Collaboratory is now offering pedagogical training options for both in-person and remote instruction! Starting in July 2021, the P3 will facilitate two distinct but overlapping versions of ACUE’s "Creating an Inclusive and Supportive Learning Environment" microcredential course.
The "Creating an Inclusive and Supportive Online Learning Environment" course is geared towards inclusive and supportive practices in an online/hybrid courses, while the "Creating an Inclusive and Supportive Learning Environment" course focuses on best practices for creating community in a classroom environment. Interested participants must indicate their course preference on the required application.
Over a nine-week term (June 28th - August 29th), participants in the "Creating an Inclusive and Supportive Online Learning Environment" mini-course will cover the following topics:
Welcoming Students to Online Learning
Promoting Civil Online Learning Environments
Engaging Underprepared Students in Online Learning
Helping Students Persist in Online Learning
Embracing Diversity in Online Learning
Checking for Student Understanding in Online Learning
Providing Useful Feedback for Online Learning
During the same nine-weeks, participants in the "Creating an Inclusive and Supportive Learning Environment" will learn about:
Leading the First Day of Class
Promoting a Civil Learning Environment
Engaging Underprepared Students
Helping Students Persist in Their Studies
Embracing Diversity in Your Classroom
Checking for Student Understanding
Providing Useful Feedback
These two micro-courses will run simultaneously, and course takers will have multiple opportunities to discuss the curriculum with their colleagues in the parallel track. Both courses will be conducted fully online and feature synchronous AND asynchronous components.
Eligibility & Expectations: All Rutgers University-Newark instructors, including Tenured/Tenure-Track, NTT, PTL, instructional staff, PhD, and MFA students are eligible to participate.
For additional info on how the two courses fit within the larger framework of the ACUE “Effective Teaching Practices” curriculum, see this comparison chart of ACUE’s microcredential options.
For more information about earning ACUE microcredentials and certificates at Rutgers-Newark, please see our FAQ sheet here.
Ready to apply? Complete the application (below) by 4pm on June 16, 2021. Save the date for course orientation on Monday, June 28th from 11am-1pm, as all participants are required to attend.
Interested and eligible applicants are encouraged to apply soon, as we anticipate that interest will outstrip capacity for both courses.
The P3 will be offering many additional ACUE microcredentials during the 2021-2022 academic year.
Stay tuned for the next iterations!