REMOTE TEACHING ASSISTANCE: The CTL staff are standing by to help you in all aspects of Remote Teaching. As we enter the last half of Spring 2020, contact us for ways to increase engagement, address student learning concerns, and fine tune assessment. We are also available for course redesign modifications to prepare for Summer and Fall 2020.
CTL session reviewing student and faculty survey results, highlighting college efforts, and sharing guides for the future.
Friday, June 5 from 12:00 - 1:30 p.m.
Free to attend via ZOOM
Presented by the Center for Teaching & Learning
FACULTY FELLOW APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN: The Center for Teaching and Learning, Academic Technology, Ecampus, and the Office of Undergraduate Education, are partnering to launch a 2020-2021 Blended Learning Innovations in Pedagogy (BLIP) initiative. The Faculty Fellow will have an opportunity to be involved in an issue of strategic importance to the university and become familiar with campus- wide academic initiatives, strategic planning and shared governance. FULL DETAILS HERE. DEADLINE JULY 1, 2020.
Our goal is to support effective and efficient teaching and create and sustain a culture of teaching excellence. We realize different faculty have different needs and vary in how much college teaching preparation they have received. Whether you are New2OSU or have spent many years here, we provide something for you. Ranging from evidence-based practices for course design and assessment to the theoretical basis of learning, our programs target key pedagogical practices via a variety of formats and modalities. We serve both OSU campuses, in Corvallis and Cascades, and work with Ecampus to serve those beyond. Want some information now? Let us know here. Not sure what you need or want? Let's talk!
Email me Regan.Gurung@OregonState.edu with any pedagogical question, especially as it relates to remote teaching Spring 2020.
Spring Term 2020 Handy references:
- Going Synchronous?; Fostering Academic Honesty
- Conducting small classes with discussion using Zoom
- General best practices for Teaching Remotely for different types of classes
- Communicating with Students: Material to add to your syllabus regarding class policies
- Teaching Large Classes Remotely