Problematizing Identity and Intersectionality on the College Campus
Explore the topics of identity and intersectionality as they relate to college teaching and learning. Please register online to attend.
No sessions currently scheduled
Transparent Teaching: An Evidence-Based Inclusive Practice
Evidence shows that making assignments transparent can positively impact students’ course performance and remove barriers to student success. Transparent teaching practices help to make classrooms inclusive and to create equitable learning experiences. To participate, please email the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Work through reality-based classroom scenarios dealing with issues of diversity and inclusion using a framework designed to build equity literacy. To participate, please email Jeanine Irons at email@example.com.
This series is a collaborative effort with Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment and aims to build your skills and knowledge while engaging in conversation and discussion with colleagues during a lunch and learn format. Connect your work with the workshop topic and leave with concrete ideas for incorporating it into your classroom experience. Lunch will be provided for all participants.
No sessions are scheduled at this time.
Small Teaching Workshop
At this workshop, learn small, powerful, concrete, positive, research-based changes to course design and teaching practices that can be implemented in classes right away. Based on the work of James M. Lang.
March 18 – Postponed
9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Other professional development opportunities
Visit the Best Teachers Institute website for information on their Summer Institute.