News & Features
In this Spotlight story, Gervasio shares how she overcame initial challenges and anxieties as a new teaching assistant, and in doing so, found a community of peers through the Center for Teaching and Learning’s programs for graduate student instructors.
It’s that time of the year to begin thinking about assessment and grading in CourseWorks. We are here to help and support you! For CourseWorks inquiries, we invite you to consult with one of our learning designers during open consultation hours at 212 Butler Library.
Looking to take your inclusive teaching practice to the next level? This three-hour intensive workshop will help you rethink your course design from the framework of equity and inclusion. Faculty are invited to apply by November 22, 2017.
The Provost’s Conversations on Online Learning (PCoOL) is a series of public talks by leading experts and peers on the future of education, specifically around online education. UPDATE: A recording of the first session on November 8 featuring John Hart and Adam Fein from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is now available on YouTube.
As a recipient of the Provost’s Hybrid Learning Course Redesign and Delivery award, Professor Marvin received support from the Center for Teaching and Learning to redesign her Mind, Brain, and Behavior course. She reflects on the teaching challenges she faced and the lessons that other faculty can take away from her experience.
Ahead of an upcoming two-session workshop on October 24 and 31 at the Center for Teaching and Learning, Professor Kyle Mandli shares some of his approaches for engaging students in a large lecture environment using open source technologies and collaborative learning strategies.
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.