25 December 2018

Holiday posting

16 December 2018

End of year epistemology

14 December 2018

Teaching Online Certification Program

The Center for Learning and Teaching invites you to apply to the Spring 2019 cohort of the Teaching Online Certification Program. This program is designed to help you learn more about online course development, online pedagogies, and other best practices for teaching online. Graduate students will receive $500 upon successful completion of the program and full-time faculty will receive $1000. 

Before you apply, please be sure to read the requirements and features of the program. The application is available online

Here are a few testimonials from faculty and graduate students who went through our previous years’ programs: 

“Even though I have been teaching online courses for a number of years, and using a variety of different methods, I found the Online Teaching Certificate Program very useful. For me, the highlight of the Program was getting to interact with colleagues from different disciplines, and sharing ideas and best practices. With that said, I learned something new from each of the components of the Program that will enhance my online teaching.” - Mark Reisinger, Geography
"Taking the Teaching Online Certification program was an invaluable opportunity for me. The program introduced me to the idea of backward design, as well as the various technologies that can help open up a classroom to all students. I'm hoping that this new knowledge will foster a better and more inclusive learning environment for my students and myself. With the support of the CLT, I believe that I am a stronger teacher, not just online, but in the classroom as well.” - Kara Maloney, English

We would love to see you apply. Due to a limited number of spots, applications submitted by instructors teaching in Summer or Fall 2019 will have first priority. Applications close on January 28, 2019.

If you have any questions, please contact us.

argument visualization pedagogy

"Improving analytical reasoning and argument understanding: a quasi-experimental field study of argument visualization"

06 December 2018

Graduate Student Excellence

Congratulations to ...

🏆🏆🏆 Jenn Dum 🏆🏆🏆

Graduate Student Excellence Award in Research winner

- and -

🏆🏆🏆 Aaron Schultz 🏆🏆🏆

Graduate Student Excellence Award in Teaching winner

future winners, please work on your portfolios ...

03 December 2018

Last week of classes blogging

I found (did not make) this map:

Graduate Student Excellence Award announcements coming soon.