- 1 Hybrid/HyFlex and Online Teaching
- 2 Dead Ideas in Teaching and Learning
- 3 Teaching Development Program (TDP)
- 4 Anti-Racist Pedagogy in Action: First Steps
- 5 Tell your story. Learn from others.
- 5.1 Get Help
- 5.2 This Week for Faculty: Get Ready for Summer B!
- 5.3 This Week for Graduate Students: Apply now for 2021-22 CTL Fellowships!
- 5.4 This Week for Faculty: Faculty Book Discussion Group: Radical Hope
- 5.5 This Week for Graduate Students: Last Week to Apply! Transforming Your Research Into Teaching Seminar
- 5.6 This Week for Graduate Students: Summer 2021 Book Club: Cheating Lessons
- 5.7 This Week for Faculty: Active Learning Institute | Apply Today!
- 5.8 Thank-a-Prof Thank-a-TA
CTL has created online resources and workshops to support instructors teaching in hybrid, HyFlex, and fully online formats.
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.
Get remote one-on-one support from CTL staff.
News & Features
Join us for synchronous sessions the week of June 21-25, just in time for the start of Summer B!
The CTL is now accepting applications for Teaching Observation Fellows and Teaching Assessment Fellows.
Could your classes use more hope after a year of teaching and learning during a pandemic? Are you looking to prepare for your fall semester among a community of like-minded colleagues? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then join the CTL this summer for a discussion of Kevin Gannon’s Radical Hope: A Teaching Manifesto.
This Week for Graduate Students: Last Week to Apply! Transforming Your Research Into Teaching Seminar
The Transforming Your Research Into Teaching (TYRIT) seminar is an online intensive that will help you create an advanced course based on your disciplinary research.
What motivates students to cheat and how can we prevent cheating? Join us every other week, starting Wednesday, May 19th, for this summer’s CTLgrads Bookclub where we will read Cheating Lessons (2013) by James Lang, PhD, and dig into the research on student learning, memory, attention, and motivation and what it can tell us about why students cheat.
Looking for ways to increase student engagement in your face-to-face or online classroom? Transform your courses into environments for participatory learning with the CTL!
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.