Latest Event Annoucements
Bridging the Gap: Supporting international student mental health in the context of COVID The Office of International Affairs (OIA) and the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL), with support from the Strategic Planning Oversight Committee (SPOC), are pleased to invite the Pratt faculty and staff community at-large to attend this
Pratt’s Center for Teaching and Learning new Faculty Learning Community is now accepting applicants for the 2021-22 academic year! Seeding and Growing Your Radical Pedagogies A Self-Directed and Collaborative FLC Please APPLY ONLINE Deadline for application: March 26, 2021 → What are you radically curious about? ← Pratt’s upcoming Faculty Learning Community (FLC)
Join us on Tuesday March 30th from 12-1:15pm for a collaborative exploration of the many facets of an assignment. This facilitated conversation will introduce the Empire State Partnership protocol as a tool for creating a network of colleagues to help you iterate your assignments by illuminating what your assignments really teach and the complex relationship between what you are teaching and what students are learning.
Perspectives on Participatory Design is a 2 part faculty panel series on how we teach collaboration in design and with whom. Tuesday, March 16th, 6:00-7:30pm EST on Zoom; Organized by 2021 CTL Fellow Irina Schneid
The Learning/Access Center and the Center for Teaching and Learning would like to share that live transcription is now available on Zoom! Live Transcription provides robot transcription services, which enables speech to text transcription in Zoom Meetings and Zoom Webinars. This feature is enabled by the host of the meeting or webinar once it
We are inviting all interested faculty to an upcoming ‘Ungrading’ Conversation, hosted by the CTL. February 16, Tuesday at 12:30 pm RSVP Required If you’d like to review a resource to get started, we highly suggest this article or take a look at more here. Also, please note that faculty