Learning Communities and Lounges for Graduate Students

CTLgrads Learning Communities are interdisciplinary three-part series on teaching and learning topics, designed and co-facilitated by CTL Senior Lead Teaching Fellows. Teachers’ Lounges and Language Lounges are series of informal discussions about teaching practices and the culture of learning at Columbia.

 

Visit the CTL Events Calendar to browse and register for all upcoming Learning Communities and Lounges for graduate students. You can also browse our full list of Spring 2018 offerings via the links below. Program resources will be added to these pages as the semester progresses—so check back!

CTLgrads Learning Communities: CTLgrads Learning Communities are interdisciplinary three-part series for graduate students on teaching and learning topics, designed and co-facilitated by CTL Senior Lead Teaching Fellows. By participating in these deeper multi-session discussions of the teaching literature with other graduate student instructors, participants will develop new frameworks to innovate their teaching.

Teachers’ Lounges and Language Lounges: Teachers’ Lounges are series of informal discussions about teaching practices and the culture of learning at Columbia. Our conversations often introduce graduate students to related educational models, research, and theory, and invite dialogue about their pertinence to day to day teaching. Language Lounges focus on how we apply our knowledge of second language acquisition to our instructional practice and share ideas with your peers teaching in other languages.