Learn best practices on navigating challenging classroom discussions in this two-part workshop on Thursday, September 21 and 28. Closed for registration.
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. Closed for registration.
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. 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. Closed for registration.
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.
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. At capacity / closed for registration.
Learn about STEM teaching at your own pace through online video modules and discussion boards in this 8-week Massive Open Online Course starting June 19.
Learn about online course development through a mix of synchronous and asynchronous activities in this 10-week course on Mondays from June 5 through August 7.
Develop your own capacity to inspire and influence others, analyze your institution’s structure and become agents of change in this 10-week course on Thursdays from June 1 through August 3
Jumpstart your plans for a Teaching-as-Research (TAR) project in this 6-week flipped course designed to guide participants through developing a research question, identifying project methods and outcomes, and more. Each week, students will watch videos, read articles, and complete assignments on their own time; in weekly sessions, students will refine their work with peer review, […]
As part of the interview process for a faculty position in the U.S., you may be asked to lead a teaching demonstration. In this interactive workshop, we’ll discuss ways to go into your teaching demo with preparedness, confidence, and adaptability. By the end of this workshop, participants will be prepared to: identify questions and decision […]
Join us for a two-part workshop that explores how CIRTL's "teaching-as-research" framework can help you identify, assess, and improve upon equitable teaching approaches. Teaching-as-Research (or TAR) transforms curiosity about learning into a research question and helps connect and enrich teaching and learning. Learning-through-Diversity, one of CIRTL's core ideas, explicitly values the dynamic array of identities […]