This Week for Graduate Students: CTLGrads Learning Communities
CTLGrads Learning Communities
CTLgrads Learning Communities are interdisciplinary conversations about teaching and learning topics, designed and co-facilitated by CTL Senior Lead Teaching Fellows. By participating in these discussions of the teaching literature with other graduate student instructors, you will develop new frameworks to innovate your teaching.
Learning Communities are planned as sequential conversations, so we encourage you to register for both sessions of a given LC. Upcoming Learning Communities include:
Assumptions & Inclusivity: Increasing Transparency in the Classroom
- Part 1: Friday, February 7th, 12:10-1:55pm, 212 Butler Library
- Part 2: Friday, February 14th, 12:10-1:55pm, 212 Butler Library
The Stories We Tell: Storytelling as Pedagogical Strategy
- Part 1: Wednesday, February 19th, 12:10-1:55pm, 212 Butler Library
- Part 2: Wednesday, February 26th, 12:10-1:55pm, 212 Butler Library
Essentials of Teaching and Learning
Essentials of Teaching and Learning workshops offer new or developing graduate student instructors approaches to better facilitate student learning and improve teaching practices. Join us at any one of these foundational workshops to deepen insight that you have started to develop at teaching orientations or in early teaching experiences. Attending this workshop and posting reflections satisfies a Foundational Track requirement for participants in the Teaching Development Program (TDP).
Upcoming Essentials Workshop: Creating Inclusive Learning Environments
Date: Wednesday, February 5
Time: 10:10 AM – 11:40 AM
Location: 203 Butler Library
Columbia graduate students are invited to drop by to check in with CTL staff. We welcome questions about the new Teaching Development Program, CTL fellowships, upcoming programs, and resources that can help inform intentional teaching practices. And coffee and tea are always on hand!
Dates: Every Friday
Time: 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Location: 212 Butler Library