- 1 Teaching Online
- 2 Anti-Racist Pedagogy in Action: First Steps
- 3 Dead Ideas in Teaching and Learning
- 4 Learning Through Synchronous and Asynchronous Discussion
- 4.1 Get Help
- 4.2 This Week for Graduate Students: Thank-a-Prof/Thank-a-TA
- 4.3 This Week for Faculty: Voices of Hybrid & Online Teaching and Learning
- 4.4 This Week for Graduate Students: Teachers’ Lounge: Cognitive Overload for Instructors Teaching Online
- 4.5 This Week for Faculty: Promoting Academic Integrity Resource
- 4.6 This Week for Graduate Students: Looking for Confidential Feedback? Request a Teaching Observation!
- 4.7 This Week for Faculty: Calling all instructors! Share your hybrid or online teaching experience.
- 4.8 Thank-a-Prof Thank-a-TA
Teaching this fall? CTL has created online resources and workshops to help instructors adapt to teaching online. Resources and workshops provide guidance on adapting courses to an online or blended format, teaching with technology such as CourseWorks (Canvas), Zoom, and Panopto, and pedagogical strategies for engaging students online.
For assistance, see the Get Help section for phone and virtual walk-in hours.
Classrooms serve as microcosms of the larger society, and the resources offered here, while focused on pedagogical practices, support broader commitments to anti-racist actions in higher education.
This new resource from the CTL centers on citing the experts in this field, synthesizing their work to encourage further research and, most importantly, amplifying the voices of those who have been doing this work for decades.
This resource presents key considerations in class discussions and offers strategies for how instructors can prepare and engage in effective synchronous and asynchronous classroom discussions.
Get remote one-on-one support from CTL staff.
News & Features
Have you had impactful learning experiences with a professor or a TA at Columbia? Show your appreciation by writing a thank you note!
What is it like to teach and learn at Columbia in 2020? Read, watch, and listen to stories from Columbia voices, and share your own voice.
This Week for Graduate Students: Teachers’ Lounge: Cognitive Overload for Instructors Teaching Online
Teachers’ Lounges are a series of informal discussions for graduate students about teaching practices and the culture of learning at Columbia.
By stimulating engagement and designing assessments that are authentic, instructors can minimize the incidence of academic dishonesty.
Trained peer consultants can help you think through your course goals, your teaching observation experience, and your future teaching.
Tell your story and learn from others through the CTL’s Voices of Hybrid & Online Teaching and Learning initiative.
The CTL partners with faculty, graduate students, and colleagues across the institution to support excellence and innovation in teaching and learning.
Voices of Hybrid and Online Teaching and Learning
Share your perspectives and experiences of teaching and learning during this unprecedented academic year.
Thank a professor or teaching assistant for their dedication in teaching and learning.