This Week for Faculty: ⏳ Apply for a Provost’s Teaching and Learning Grant by May 2. And more!
Apply for a Provost’s Teaching and Learning Grant by May 2!
The deadline to apply is next week! May 2, 2022. Choose from eight grant types; learn more through the summary of funding opportunities. Applications are up to five pages and work on the funded projects can begin in fall 2022 or summer 2022.
Reach out to schedule a consultation today! Email us at columbiaCTL@columbia.edu.
ICYMI: For an overview of the Provost’s Teaching and Learning grants, watch the recording of the March 24 Town Hall.
Understanding and Doing Antiracist Classroom Assessment
April 27, 12:30-2:00pm
This workshop considers what antiracist assessment can be in university courses and how faculty from across disciplines from Humanities to STEM courses can meaningfully engage in it. Led by Asao B. Inoue, Professor of Rhetoric & Composition at Arizona State University, he argues that classroom assessment, from grading to feedback on literacy performances, is an ecology made up of seven interconnected elements. Understanding any classroom as an assessment ecology can provide a way to design and enact antiracist assessment practices in courses. Furthermore, Inoue details twelve habits of antiracist teachers that are necessary in more fully developing antiracist pedagogies and assessments. There will be a Q&A period and a handout of resources.
Active Learning Institute
Looking for ways to increase student engagement in your face-to-face or online classroom? In this four-day immersive online experience (June 21-24), explore the purposes and benefits of active learning and learn how to apply these research-based practices by developing your own active and learner-centered (face-to-face or online) course units. Applications received by Monday, May 16, 2022, will be given priority.
Anti-Racist Pedagogy in Action: First Steps: Five actions for developing an anti-racist pedagogical practice; these actions illustrate themes distilled from the literature on anti-racist pedagogy. Each action is accompanied by individual reflection questions, additional resources, and further reading.
Assessing Equitably with All Learners in Mind: Through a process of reflection on our assessment approaches, we can recognize and remove barriers to student success and work toward more equitable learning experiences for all students.
Getting Started with Active Learning: This resource introduces you to a holistic active learning framework as well as Columbia-supported instructional technologies that you can use to design both synchronous and asynchronous activities to engage your students in active learning.
Join us for office hours via Zoom (or phone) Monday-Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm to have your questions answered about teaching with instructional technology.
Schedule an in-person or virtual consultation to discuss any teaching and learning need by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or email the CTL Learning Designer assigned to your school or department.