- 1 Dead Ideas: Reflections for Post-Pandemic Learning
- 2 What College Students Wish Professors Knew About Inclusive Online Teaching
- 3 Hybrid/HyFlex and Online Teaching
- 4 Dead Ideas in Teaching and Learning
- 5 Teaching Development Program (TDP)
- 6 Anti-Racist Pedagogy in Action: First Steps
- 6.1 Get Help
- 6.2 This Week for Graduate Students: Seeking Co-Facilitators for Pedagogies of Race and Oppression Learning Community
- 6.3 This Week for Faculty: Returning to the Classroom
- 6.4 This Week for Faculty: Reflecting Back and Forward on Pandemic Teaching
- 6.5 This Week for Graduate Students: Last week to apply for CTL Fellowships!
- 6.6 This Week for Faculty: New Resource on Transition to In-Person Teaching
- 6.7 This Week for Graduate Students: Information Sessions for TAF & TOF Fellowships
- 6.8 Thank-a-Prof Thank-a-TA
The forced experiment in hybrid and online education due to COVID-19 has called into question a host of generally accepted teaching practices, write the CTL’s Catherine Ross, Amanda Irvin, and Soulaymane Kachani in Inside Higher Ed.
Ensuring students have digital tools to participate in online learning is just the start of building a virtual classroom community, write the CTL’s Amanda Irvin, Catherine Ross, and Soulaymane Kachani in EdSurge.
The Teaching Development Program (TDP) allows Columbia doctoral students to cultivate, document, and reflect on teaching development across the arc of their graduate school career.
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.
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News & Features
This Week for Graduate Students: Seeking Co-Facilitators for Pedagogies of Race and Oppression Learning Community
The CTL is excited to share an opportunity via the Graduate School of Arts and Science Office Academic Diversity and Inclusion to co-facilitate the Pedagogies of Race and Oppression Learning Communities in 2021-22.
Getting ready for the Fall 2021 semester? We’ve got you covered with resources, workshops, and services!
Whether you are seeking to recover the joy of teaching after an online pivot during the pandemic, be a better online teacher, be more responsive to student needs, prevent teaching burnout, or plan ahead to teach an in-person, hybrid, or fully online course, it can be important to hit pause.
The CTL is accepting applications for Teaching Observation Fellows and Teaching Assessment Fellows through June 28.
In preparation for the return to in-person teaching, this resource encourages you to reflect back on your pandemic teaching experiences and identify what you plan to carry forward.
CTL is accepting applications for the Teaching Assessment Fellowship and Teaching Observation Fellowship now through June 28th.
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.