News and 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.
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.