Seminars and Institutes for Faculty
Semester-long seminar programs engage faculty in a supportive community of practice through a series of connected modules, workshops, and discussion groups on teaching and learning topics.
Multi-day institutes provide an opportunity for faculty to develop new teaching approaches, applications, and skills with hands-on guidance from CTL staff in an immersive, supportive environment.
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Reflective Teaching Seminar: This program provides faculty, postdocs, and staff the opportunity to join a community of instructors to systematically reflect on teaching and learning.
Digital Literacy Seminar: This program provides participants with a broader understanding of digital literacy as an intrinsic element of higher education.
Course Redesign Institute: The Course Redesign Institute is an intensive three-day experience in which faculty are provided with tools, time, and collegial support as they work to design or redesign an effective, learner-centered course.
Active Learning Institute – Flipped Classrooms and Beyond: The Active Learning Institute provides in-depth training for faculty interested in increasing active learning and preparing to flip their courses.
Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) Summer Institute for Teaching and Learning: The CUMC Summer Institute is a one-day workshop for junior faculty or senior faculty who have taken on a new teaching role. The Institute focuses on exploring effective teaching and learning strategies in health sciences education.