Workshops for Graduate Students
Graduate students can explore topics related to teaching, learning, and instructional technologies by registering for one- to two-hour workshops. Participants who attend a workshop series develop deeper understanding and skill.
Essentials of Teaching and Learning
In the Essentials of Teaching and Learning series you will take a deeper dive into frameworks and tools new instructors can use to facilitate student learning. Topics include leading an interactive section, grading problem sets and written assignments, and inclusive teaching. Learn more.
Advanced Topics in Teaching
The CTL offers workshops on various advanced topics in teaching for graduate students looking to acquire new pedagogical frameworks and to innovate their teaching. Topics include inclusive teaching strategies, syllabus construction, visual thinking strategies, and public speaking. Learn more.
Approaching the Job Market
Are you getting ready to go on the academic job market? The CTL offers a number of ways to help graduate students effectively develop their teaching and provide evidence of their teaching experience in applications and interviews. Learn more.
Visit the CTL Events Calendar to browse and register for all upcoming workshops for graduate students. Workshop resources will be added to this page as the semester progresses—so check back!
Want to browse previous workshops and events? Check our Events Archive page.
The CTL is here for graduate students.
The Columbia Center for Teaching and Learning provides an array of support for graduate students in both their current and future teaching responsibilities.