Curriculum & Training
The CETE Works podcast at The Center on Education and Training for Employment features center experts discussing important considerations for workforce organizations, educators, and schools. Join us to explore topics ranging from organizational culture and problem-solving frameworks to equity in education and online learning.
WHO WE ARE
Our Curriculum and Training program includes content experts, trainers, and researchers who specialize in developing curriculum, instruction, and systems to support adult learning. We are committed to collaborating across educational and workforce settings, because we envision a future where all learners reach their highest levels of achievement.
WHAT WE DO
We provide a full range of learning supports to a variety of systems and provider organizations including state-level government agencies, schools and colleges, direct service providers, and businesses. Our efforts are designed to improve outcomes for learners in evolving educational and workplace environments and assist organizations in improving practices through collaboration, evidence-based translational research practices, and state-of-the-art technologies.
OUR COMMITMENT TO RACIAL EQUITY, DIVERSITY, AND INCLUSION
We are committed to increasing our efforts toward the pursuit of a holistic approach to equity, social justice, and inclusion within our spheres of influence with government organizations; adult education, secondary, and post-secondary institutions; and business and industry partners.
Within the center, we are actively participating in the Racial Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (REDI) Movement with a majority of our team serving on the REDI Steering Team and leveraging our curriculum and instructional design expertise to create and deliver learning experiences to support center associates in their REDI journey.
Within our team, we are investing in our own reflective practices and our own development as designers, developers, and specialists guided by a focus on cultural humility.
Within adult education, we are offering trainings and facilitating conversations with administrators and instructors to identify biases and blind spots, to critically examine curriculum and instruction, and to review and improve policies to support equity, diversity, and inclusion in all interactions.
Part a concerted effort by Ohio State’s College of Education and Human Ecology to foster collaboration and increase college engagement at the
CETE associates and staff from the Office for Exceptional Children (OEC) at the Ohio Department of Education create, update, and maintain individualized