Metacognition: From Research to Classroom
2018 Science of Learning Symposium
Thursday, October 11, 2018
News & Features
Looking for confidential feedback on your teaching? Want to rehearse your teaching practices? The CTL offers Teaching Observations and Microteaching Sessions to get direct feedback and support. Also, the first CTLgrads Learning Community is about to kick off!
Looking for ways to make your lectures more engaging and maximize student learning? Join us for a workshop on how to effectively design and deliver them. Also, take a deep dive into metacognition with our Faculty Reading Group.
Want to join other instructors to informally talk about the benefits of helping students assess and monitor their own learning? Come join us at Teachers’ Lounge to discuss how we can use metacognition to increase equity and inclusion in the classroom.
Want a way to pursue, document, and represent your teaching development? CTL’s Teaching Development Program (TDP) is a comprehensive new service that allows you to strategically build a portfolio of your teaching development across your graduate school career.
What does research tell us about how we learn, and what does this mean for our teaching practices? Join our Faculty Reading Group to reflect on your teaching and share strategies with your peers.
You’re Invited! 2018 Science of Learning Symposium: Metacognition (Thurs., Oct. 11, Columbia University)
The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) and the Science Of LEarning Research (SOLER) initiative welcome you to the inaugural Science of Learning Symposium on Thursday, October 11, 2018.
The CTL partners with faculty, graduate students, and colleagues across the institution to support excellence and innovation in teaching and learning.
CTL staff support instructors at Columbia as they transform their classrooms and create engaging learning experiences. In these stories and conversations, instructors reflect back on their experiences.