The Center for Teaching and Learning at UMass Amherst offers a range of interactive professional development opportunities to support faculty teaching interests and highlight the latest evidence-based pedagogies that foster inclusive, active, and meaningful learning. Participation in the services and programming offered by the Center for Teaching and Learning is voluntary and confidential. We do not routinely provide recordings for our professional development programming. We do provide participants with all notes and resources presented as part of an individual program or workshop and are happy to forward these resources to anyone not able to attend.
Contemplative Pedagogy Meeting. "Grounding Ourselves for Teaching." Open meeting -- all are welcome.
Podcasts – like other multimedia products – are increasingly being used as assignments in college courses, offering students the opportunity to learn an influential communication format, work collaboratively and creatively, and hone their writing and technical production skills.
Learn from your colleagues how they teach their diverse students inclusively, equitably, and using a strength-based approach. Join TIDE Ambassadors Sancha Medwinter (Sociology), Lisa Modenos (UWW), Lisa Lehmberg (Music) and Annie Raymond (Math & Stats) and Kirsten Helmer (CTL) for this 75-minute lightning talk session.
Contemplative Pedagogy Meeting. "Contemplative Teaching Practice Share." Open meeting -- all are welcome.
Contemplative Pedagogy Meeting. Open meeting -- all are welcome.