Pratt's Center for Teaching and Learning
The Center for Teaching and Learning fosters a collaborative faculty community that builds on current best pedagogical practices across all disciplines and teaching modalities at Pratt: classroom, studio pedagogy, experiential learning, group-work, field-trips, and more. The Center aims to create an interdisciplinary and reflective learning environment to address important and often difficult issues in a diverse classroom. The CTL’s guiding values are community, reflection and action.
The Center is ultimately guided by a commitment to promote contemplative and reflective teaching that supports social justice through critical, inclusive, and embodied practices with teachers who are passionate about their course content and also intentional about how they teach the ‘whole’ student.
Congratulations to five members of the ‘Transfer of Learning FLC’ (Faculty Learning Community) for getting their findings published in Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning. Authors: Chris Jensen, Associate Professor of Ecology & Evolution in the Department of Mathematics and Science; Brian Brooks, Adjunct Associate Professor in the Foundation Art Program, and the K-12 Center for Art and Design
Pratt Fine Arts and the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) at Pratt Institute continues its partnership with the Visual Arts at Chautauqua Institution (VACI) in offering the Pratt/VACI Fellowship in Pedagogy. Deadline for Application: February 27, 2020 This Fellowship is an opportunity for a Pratt Institute Fine Arts graduate student to attend the
Research Power Brown Bag — Design by Data November 21 at noon CTL (Pratt Library, 2nd Fl) Every time we are on our phones, seen by a camera or we take the subway we are unknowingly contributing to the ever growing data being collected. As the forces shaping our environment are rapidly changing with this