- Core Resources
Whether you want to learn more about a core area of pedagogy, discuss a pedagogical challenge, or share a classroom victory, we are here for you. Explore our content using the drop down menus above. 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.
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NEW & NOTABLE:
Winter/Spring 2022 Book Club!
Beginning in winter term, be in community with fellow educators and engage in a discussion of Transformative Approaches to Social Justice Education: Equity and Access in the College Classroom (Osei-Kofi, Boovy, & Furman, 2021). All instructors, tenure track, and professional faculty, and graduate teaching assistants welcome! Download Flyer
Deadline to register is January 7, 2022.
Join the Office of Academic Affairs and the Career Development Center in the winter 2022 cohort of Career Champions! Participants learn tangible ways to add more career connection in the classroom, while advancing DEI and 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.
GTA Fall 2021 Orientation
Ready to Fuel your Passion for Teaching? Check out the recording of GTA orientation designed to support ANY graduate student interested in teaching! We emphasize preparing you for your first day of class and leveraging resources from across campus to support your teaching throughout the year. We also cover topics such as classroom management and educational technology. A panel of GTAs will answer burning questions!
Intro & Timely Teaching Tips - GTA Orientation 9/15/21: https://media.oregonstate.edu/media/t/1_r7aa8mrj
Classroom & Instructional Tech Tours - GTA Orientation 9/15/21: https://media.oregonstate.edu/media/t/1_lkszfzzt
Teaching Resource Lightning Talks - GTA Orientation 9/15/21: https://media.oregonstate.edu/media/t/1_fk2cyuee
Getting Real GTA Panel - GTA Orientation 9/15/21: https://media.oregonstate.edu/media/t/1_ixc5f0us
The Community for the Advancement of Antiracist Instruction (CAAI) is a faculty learning community led by and for instructors and TAs and co-sponsored by the Center for Teaching and Learning and Faculty Affairs. In spring of 2021, 15 instructors and TAs and 5 volunteer facilitators came together from colleges across campus for a four-week pilot of this new faculty learning community. Participants' experience in the community culminated in an antiracist teaching action plan grounded in critical and inclusive pedagogies. CAAI invites you to view participants' experience culminating in their action plan videos.
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.
A full guide to Designing and Teaching an Effective Remote /Blended Course
Infographic: Pedagogical Booster Shots
Infographic: Assessing Group Projects
Infographic: Implementing Successful Collaborative Group Work
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Infographic: Interactive Lecturing - A Framework for Active Learning