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Announcements

Just-in-Time Resources for Remote Teaching

Looking for tips on remote teaching? Our Keep Teaching site provides practical, concrete strategies grounded in educational research and the science of learning. Resources are grouped by categories present in the University Quality Standards for Fully Online Courses. Questions about your course design and/or teaching strategies? Ask for a CTL consult using our request form.


Upcoming Events

November
04
Wednesday, November 04, 2020 -
11:30AM to 1:30PM
Not a Day as Usual. Open Drop-in Forums for Mutual Post-Election Support.

Regardless of political affiliation, the day after the Presidential election is an emotional one - especially during these highly divisive and tense times.  Neither our students nor faculty can truly leave their emotions at the "classroom door." We need to find time and hold space to connect with each other in mutual support.  For more information, please visit the Event Page.

November
05
Thursday, November 05, 2020 -
11:30AM to 12:45PM
Strategies for Responding to Microaggressions

We live in divisive times, which may increase the likelihood that people will be targeted or witness microaggressions. Our classrooms, labs, and other spaces shared by students and instructors are no exception to that.  If left unaddressed, microaggressions negatively impact the learning climate and can hurt students’ engagement, their sense of belonging and academic success.  For more information, please visit the Event Page.

November
05
Thursday, November 05, 2020 -
2:30PM to 4:00PM
Not a Day as Usual. Open Drop-in Forums for Mutual Post-Election Support.

Regardless of political affiliation, the day after the Presidential election is an emotional one - especially during these highly divisive and tense times.  Neither our students nor faculty can truly leave their emotions at the "classroom door." We need to find time and hold space to connect with each other in mutual support.  For more information, please visit the Event Page.

November
06
Friday, November 06, 2020 -
10:00AM to 11:30AM
Contemplative Pedagogy Working Group Meeting

"Racial Justice and Contemplative Practice" (Facilitators: Jennifer Cannon, College of Education; KC Nat Turner, Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies)  For more information about contemplative pedagogy, please visit our CP Page.  For an event Zoom link, contact Brian Baldi.