Draft a peer-reviewed teaching philosophy statement that reflects your teaching beliefs and experiences in this two-part workshop on Monday, September 11 and 25. At capacity / closed for registration.
Get an introduction to key learning principles and the basics of effective, evidence-based teaching practices in this 12-week course about teaching in the college classroom on Tuesdays from September 26 to December 12.
Draft a peer-reviewed teaching philosophy statement that reflects your teaching beliefs and experiences in this two-part workshop on Monday, September 13 and 27.
Explore inclusive teaching and active learning frameworks in order to develop practices and class policies that support student engagement in this two-part workshop on Thursday, September 28 and October 5. Register starting August 14.
Learn best practices on navigating challenging classroom discussions in this two-part workshop on Thursday, September 21 and 28. Register starting August 14.
Understand the types of writing most important in your discipline, and explore ways to craft assignments that help students develop those writing skills in this one-part workshop on Wednesday, October 4.
Understand how language shapes student belonging, and explore resources and identify practices that center inclusive language in your teaching practice in this two-part workshop that meets on Wednesday, October 11 and 25. Cap: 40; register starting August 14.
Hear a panel of community college faculty discuss their career trajectories, what they appreciate most about working at community colleges, and common misconceptions about the career. This event is part 1 of a 3-part series. Register starting August 14.
Identify the building blocks of a teaching-as-research (TAR) inquiry in this short course: a TAR question, data you would collect to answer that question, and ways you can formalize and share your results with others interested in teaching and learning.
Learn how adding transparency into your teaching can strengthen active learning, assignments, and assessment in this one-part workshop on Thursday, November 2. Register starting August 14.
Learn about common forms of neurodiversity, the obstacles that neurodiverse students might encounter in academia, and teaching strategies to overcome those obstacles in this two-part workshop. Register starting August 14.
Understand why document accessibility matters and explore the LaTeX software in this two-park workshop that combines accessibility fundamentals with technical training. The workshop meets on Friday, November 17 and December 1. Register starting August 14.