The Center for Teaching and Learning is pleased to offer a new, online opportunity for current Columbia University doctoral students to learn about, write, and revise a teaching statement in order to enter the academic job market successfully.
Faculty Spotlight: Professors Sharon Akabas and Eleanor Sterling on Creating a Collaborative Course Environment
After teaching their Food, Ecology, and Globalization course for several years, Sharon Akabas, Associate Professor in Pediatrics and The Institute of Human Nutrition at CUIMC, and Eleanor Sterling, Adjunct Professor in the Department of Ecology, Evolution, and...
Wondering how to present your teaching on the academic job market? The Center for Teaching and Learning is hosting a week of events where graduate students can learn about and begin drafting teaching-related documents with feedback and guidance from CTL. Representing Your Teaching Summer Intensives (RYTSI) runs July 16-20, come for one day, or come for all!
The Innovating Instruction: Learning Design in the STEM Classroom MOOC (massive open online course) will relaunch on July 11, 2018 with a new focus on STEM education. The course is free and open to all with an optional paid verified certificate. While the concepts in this course can be applied to different educational contexts, it is particularly geared toward K-12 teachers in the United States.
Drop in to see us this summer! CTL staff can provide teaching-related support that ranges from large-scale initiatives to course-specific consultations, and everything in between.
Wondering how to present your teaching on the academic job market? Mark your calendars for an upcoming opportunity to focus on developing your job application. Also in this week’s update: there’s still time to apply for the Innovative Teaching Summer Institute on June 11-14. Applications are due Monday, May 14.