Inclusivity and ethics is defined as applying best practices for building productive learning spaces for marginalized and traditionally excluded groups. For these certificates, faculty members will need to demonstrate not only their knowledge of inclusive and ethical pedagogy, but their application of it in their classrooms.
For more information on inclusivity and ethics, check out the CTE's blog series on the topic, which includes best practices for
You can also read more about the ways our faculty use inclusivity and ethical practices in their own classrooms.
To get started on these certificates, download the checklists below: