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Spotlight on Learning

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...

Micki Spiller: Foundation Spark talk on Team Based Learning in a Studio Context

Micki Spiller held a Foundation Spark talk on Team Based Learning in a studio context. The purpose of her research is to examine how the creation of permanent groups within a Foundation Studio course...

Practice: Complicating The Narrative with SJN

Improving classroom discussions: Complicating the Narratives with Solutions Journalism Network ***Follow-up resources and workshop review found here*** Wednesday, February 17, 2021 at 11:00 a.m.  RSVP Required Join the Center for Teaching and Learning for...

Spring 2021 Interactive Conversation: “Let’s Discuss: Discussions!”

The CTL welcomes all faculty to attend the first of our Spring ‘21 monthly scheduled interactive conversations around topics on teaching online, hybrid and beyond.  Our next Interactive Conversation is scheduled for Wednesday, February...

Deep Dive Communities – Spring 2021

Call for Applications: Deep Dive Community (DDC) Spring 2021 The CTL invites faculty to join us for two intensive mini-learning communities during the Spring 2021 semester, in order to deep dive into specific topics...

Chinese Students and Mental Health Presentation

At a recent external meeting, the Office of International Affairs (OIA) viewed a presentation on mental health and cultural concerns for Chinese international students studying in the US. The exploration of cultural difference can...

Indigenous Knowledges / Decolonial Pedagogies Workshops

Thank you for your enthusiastic participation in the two initial Indigenous Knowledges / Decolonial Pedagogies workshops over the past month. Nadia McLaren, Ilene Sova, and Geraldine Standup generously discussed the historical, social, and political...

Native American and Indigenous Peoples Resource Guide

November is Native American Heritage Month In honor of Native American Heritage Month and as a follow up to the Indigenous Knowledge and Land Workshop series, the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)...

School of Art CTL Fellow Kara Hearn’s Presentation

On November 10, 2020 we hosted one of 2019/20 CTL Faculty Fellows from the School of Art, Kara Hearn, to share her project, tittled: Expanding the Frame, Inclusive Pedagogy and Community Building. Below you...

New Resource for Inclusive and Equitable Teaching

The Association of College and University Educators (ACUE) has released more resource for inclusive and equitable teaching. To learn more about the equity-promoting teaching practices you click on the following link:  ACUE’s Inclusive and...

Preparing an Inclusive Online Course Resources

On October 9th the Association of College and University Educators (ACUE) held an event called “Preparing and Inclusive Online Course“. Panelists shared their thoughts and practices for approaching your online teaching with an inclusive...

Resources for: Supporting International Students

Last month we were happy to welcome 15 colleagues to an Interactive Conversation about how to Support International Students Online. So many rich topics were touched upon in our hour long lunchtime get together–...