Explore the basic principles of Universal Design for Learning and apply them to resources or practices you use in your own teaching in this two-part workshop on Thursday, December 7 and 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. Registration is closed.
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.
Work with an experienced instructor in your discipline to enhance your understanding and experience of teaching a university course in this semester-long mentorship program designed for postdoctoral fellows. In this practicum, postdocs will observe mentors in their teaching, teach guest lectures and receive feedback on your teaching, discuss approaches to teaching with your mentors, and engage in group discussions of…