CUMC Summer Institute for Teaching and Learning
The Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) Summer Institute for Teaching and Learning 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.
When and Where
The CUMC Summer Institute for Teaching and Learning typically takes place in June or July.
This event is free and open to junior and senior faculty at the Columbia University Medical Center. Please note that priority is given to applicants who are junior faculty or senior faculty who have recently taken on a new teaching role.
The Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) Summer Institute for Teaching and Learning is a daylong workshop devoted to exploring effective teaching and learning strategies in health sciences education. Since its inception in 2007, the CUMC Summer Institute has grown to become one of CUMC’s highly-anticipated professional development events. Our facilitators are experienced CUMC faculty and other faculty developers from the Medical Center.
The CUMC Summer Institute is designed for junior faculty and senior faculty taking on a new teaching role to develop their skills as educators, learn about interactive teaching techniques, and collaborate with other faculty across the campus.
- Improving Teaching through Instructional Design
- Writing Learning Objectives
- How Do We Know if Students are Learning?
- Designing Assessments
- Strategies for Encouraging Classroom Discussion
- Engaging Students in Their Own Learning: The Flipped Classroom
- Strategies for Engaging Students In-class and Online
- Designing Student-Centered Activities
- Creating Inclusive Classrooms
The Summer Institute for Teaching and Learning is facilitated by members of CUMC’s teaching community and is sponsored by Anna Maxwell Teaching Academy; Columbia Center for Teaching and Learning; Diamond Teaching Academy; Mailman School of Public Health Teaching Academy; the Office of Academic Affairs at the College of Physicians and Surgeons; and the Virginia Apgar Academy of Medical Educators.