Learning Communities and Lounges for Graduate Students
CTLgrads Learning Communities are interdisciplinary and sequential conversations about 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.
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Teachers’ Lounges are series of informal discussions with CTL staff and other graduate students about teaching practices and the culture of learning at Columbia. Each semester, Lounges explore a theme or aspect of teaching. Conversations introduce graduate students to related educational models, research, and theory, and invite dialogue about their pertinence to day-to-day teaching.
CTLgrads Journal Club
Are you interested learning about educational research? Join us in the CTLgrads Journal Club! This informal discussion community is an opportunity to sample research on teaching and learning in various disciplines (also known as Discipline-Based Education Research, or DBER), and to discuss articles with CTL staff and other graduate students and postdocs.
CTLgrads Learning Communities
CTLgrads Learning Communities are peer-led, multi-session, interdisciplinary conversations for graduate students about particularly timely topics in teaching and learning. By participating in these discussions of the teaching literature with other graduate student instructors, participants develop new frameworks to innovate their teaching. Learning Communities are designed and co-facilitated by CTL Senior Lead Teaching Fellows.
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The Columbia Center for Teaching and Learning provides an array of support for graduate students in both their current and future teaching responsibilities.