ADVANCING AND CELEBRATING QUALITY TEACHING

Want to learn more about core areas of pedagogy or discuss a pedagogical challenge? We are here for you. Explore our resources using the drop down menus above.  Click here for SPRING FACULTY TRAINING opportunities.

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.

NEED HELP NOW? Visit our Teaching Hub for pedagogical help, academic technologies help (Canvas, Zoom), and more.

NEW & NOTABLE:

Call for Proposals

 

  • No Strings Attached Book Club! How would you like a free book on teaching and learning and the chance to discuss it with colleagues? Our goal is to provide a guilt-free way to motivate your thinking about teaching, make new pedagogically-inclined friends, or gather with old ones. Check out our offerings and get your spring/summer reading now at CTL's Book Club.
  • Join the Career Development Center for the fall 2022 cohort of Career Champions! Participants learn tangible ways to add more career connection in the classroom, while learning more about barriers to access for students of color, low-income students, and first-generation students. Topics covered include: the hidden curriculum, NACE career competencies, imposter syndrome, the bias inherent in professionalism standards, and more. Apply here by June 3rd. 
  • CFP - CFTH Summer 2022 Teaching Innovation Fellowships: The OSU Center for the Humanities is now accepting applications for Summer 2022 Teaching Innovation Fellowships. Tenure-stream faculty and instructors at .5 FTE+ are eligible to apply. The deadline to submit proposals is Friday, June 3, 2022, 5 PM. Find information and application instructions online at https://humanities.oregonstate.eldu/teaching-innovation-fellowships.
  • The Bright Side Project is an effort to pull together stories highlighting diverse ways faculty, students and staff cope with the pandemic. What kept you teaching? We hope this project helps people cope with the continuing challenges. Faculty are invited to submit their stories of hope and inspire their colleagues. No deadline. Info here: https://bit.ly/brightsideproject.

Winter/Spring 2022 Book Club!

Ongoing: The Difference, Power, and Discrimination Program in collaboration with the Center for Teaching and Learning for the Winter/Spring 2022 Book Club!

Past Book Club:  "ARE YOU (IN)CLUSIVE ?READ, REFLECT, REFORM 2020 BOOK CLUB

 

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