The growth of any craft depends on shared practice and honest dialogue amongst the people who do it. We grow by trial and error, to be sure—but our willingness to try and fail, as individuals is severely limited when we are not supported by a community that encourages such risks.”
—Parker Palmer in The Courage to Teach

Center for Teaching and Learning Ongoing and Recent Events

Upcoming Events

Spring 2023 - Call for Faculty - Pedagogical Partnership Program (Register by November 11, 2022)

2023 Syllabus Design Workshop (January 10th, 11th and 13th) (Registration open)

2023 Reflections on Teaching series (TBA)

2023 Course Design Seminar (May 22nd, 24th, 26th & 31st)

Recent Events

Embodied Pedagogies: Cultivating Creativity, Connection, and Change (Wednesday, October 12th)

Relationship-Rich Pedagogy Lunch and Conversation (September 15th & 16th)

Interdisciplinary Alternative Grading Pedagogy Circles with Kristina Reardon (2022-23)

2022 Provost's Retreat (Friday, August 26th)

2022 Course Design Seminar (June 7th - 9th)

2022 Reflections on Teaching series (March 31st, April 14th & 28th, May 12th)

2022 Syllabus Design Workshop (January 11th & 13th)

Faculty Learning Communities

Anti-Racist Course and Curricular Design (Fall 2021)

Interdisciplinary Anti-Racist and Decolonial Pedagogy Circles (Fall 2021)

What Our Stories Teach Us (Fall 2021 and Spring 2022)

Teaching Assistant (TA) Trainings and Resources (Fall 2021 and Spring 2022)

Provost's Retreat (August 2021)

Anti-Racist Pedagogy Conversation Circles (Spring Semester 2021)


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