Post Archive

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The Archive includes all posts (Events, Resources, Announcements, etc.) ever published.

Announcements
jtorok

Fall 2021 Forum – Call for Proposals

2021 Fall Forum: Pedagogies of Reparation and Rebuilding Friday, September 24, 2021 A Collaboration with Pratt Center for Teaching and Learning and Project Third (P3): Decolonial Art Pedagogies This joint event between the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) and Project Third (P3): Decolonial Art Pedagogies will focus on presenting

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Conversations
Holly Adams

Resources from: Bridging the Gap

Thank you to all who joined us for the OIA and CTL “Bridging the Gap” event last Tuesday, April 20th. Here are some great slides from our speaker Dr. Justin Chen, as well as the event recording with closed captions posted below.  

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Resources
Holly Adams

Strategies for Inclusive Instruction

Strategies for Inclusive Instruction The Chronicle of Higher Education has published several articles supporting inclusive practices in higher education, and elaborating on the ways in which attentive course design and classroom interactions can improve the study habits, course achievements, and sense of belonging in education for all students. Check out

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Conversations
Holly Adams

Resources for: Gradeless Assessment

Resources for: Gradeless Assessment with James Lipovac We were honored to have our colleague and CTL Faculty Fellow from Foundation, James Lipovac, give us an introduction to how he came to the larger project of ungrading in his classroom. In our Interactive Conversation, James gave us his theoretical grounding, how

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Resources
Holly Adams

Online Academic Integrity

Academic Integrity in Online Courses We believe that instructional design can greatly impact the academic integrity of students. By creating courses that allow students to contribute their best work when they are able to, students are more likely to properly cite the sources they reference, build on their own drafts

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