The We don’t know what to expect from the next academic year. We never really do. But some things we can count on regardless of the teaching context:
- A sense of belonging correlates with learning.
- Transparent learning design benefits all students, but especially students from underrepresented groups.
- Relationships and connections matter deeply.
- Visual art enlivens learning across disciplines.
- Universal design for learning levels the playing field.
With this in mind, the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence (CTLE) invites you to a week of virtual re-entry sessions that will focus on how to promote deep learning for all students. These sessions will take place August 9-13. Each session features small, researched steps faculty can take and provides brief periods of time for hands-on course planning. Sessions
We don’t know what to expect from the next academic year. We never really do. But some things we can count on regardless of the teaching context:
with any questions.
In addition to the sessions listed below, CTLE and ITS Online Learning Services staff will offer shared office hours from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. each afternoon to answer questions and work with faculty through teaching possibilities.