CEETL provides support for inclusive teaching in many forms, ranging from curated resources to large scale initiatives. Please visit the links in the left navigation to learn more about how CEETL can support you in your inclusive teaching pedagogies.
Affordable Learning: Now more than ever, Affordable Learning is a priority at SF State. Through Open Educational resources (OER) and/or Affordable Instructional Materials (AIM), faculty can make their courses more affordable and equitable. SF State faculty have saved students $7 million dollars in materials fees.
Anti-Racist Pedagogies: Visit this curated list of resources to support anti-racist teaching.
ePortfolios: Collecting and sharing work within an ePortfolio can provide a powerful way for students to reflect on their academic and career goals. Within the ePortfolio, students can cultivate and share their academic, personal and professional accomplishments and build a professional online presence while at SF State and after graduation.
Just-in-Time Resources: These resources are available anytime, anywhere, just when you need them. They can help you expand your online toolkit of teaching strategies and technologies.
Quality Learning & Teaching: At SF State, we've cultivated a robust faculty learning community dedicated to quality learning and teaching. The QLT community includes the QLT Ambassadors and Mentors and SF State faculty experienced and interested in hybrid and online teaching.
Small Group Instructional Feedback: This is a facilitated, formative mid-course check-in process for gathering information from students about their learning experience in a course. The process is anonymous and designed to foster personal reflection and constructive communication between students, their classmates, and the instructor so that learning objectives and outcomes can be met successfully.
Writing Across the Curriculum / Writing within the Curriculum: We are excited to welcome the WAC/WID Initiative to our CEETL community in Fall 2020! Writing across the curriculum/writing in the discipline (WAC/WID) describes a student-centered national movement to integrate writing across the curriculum and within all disciplines in higher education.