OSU's Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) provides pedagogical support in eight core areas related to higher education instruction with an emphasis on course design, assessment, blended learning, instructional methods, and inclusive teaching. The CTL staff are also standing by to help you in all aspects of Remote Teaching. Contact us for ways to increase engagement, address student learning concerns, and fine tune assessment.
Consultations: Whether you want to learn more about a core area of pedagogy, discuss a pedagogical challenge, or share a classroom victory, our staff are ready for you. To schedule a 1-on-1 teaching consultation contact [email protected]. All meetings are confidential, and formative. While we are ready to help with general course design, and revision of assignments, assessments, and syllabi, we are also ready to engage with you on issues that develop during the term and need immediate attention.
For a full suite of remote teaching material explore CTL and Academic Technology resources here: Keep Teaching.
- Conducting small classes with discussion using Zoom
- General best practices for Teaching Remotely for different types of classes
- Communicating with Students: Material for your syllabus
- Infographic: Teaching Large Classes Remotely
- Infographic: Pedagogical Booster Shots
- Infographic: Zoom Camera Pros & Cons
- Infographic: Assessing Group Projects
- Infographic: Elevating Students in Breakout Rooms
- Infographic: Implementing Successful Collaborative Group Work
- Infographic: Reading Motivation Strategies
- Infographic: Remote Learning Issues and Solutions
- Infographic: Motivating Students to Complete Pre-Class Reading
New & Notable:
MAGNA 20-Minute Mentor Commons
Explore this library of faculty development information. Short videos, 20 minutes or less, on a variety of topics for when you are pressed for time or want new ideas quickly.
Community for the Advancement of Anti-racist Instruction (CAAI) - Call for Applications:
A New Faculty Learning Community for Instructors and TAs! The Community for the Advancement of Anti-racist Instruction (CAAI) seeks instructors & TAs for a spring pilot, weeks 5 through 8. In this professional development opportunity, participants will explore anti-racist teaching in a community of colleagues and create an anti-racist teaching action plan. Apply here by March 31.
Introducing the Career Champions Program:
Learn more about the Career Champions six-week Program in partnership with the Office of Undergraduate Education and the Career Development Center.
New program in the Center for Teaching and Learning: