Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning
The Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning is dedicated to promoting, enhancing, and assessing teaching effectiveness and student learning. In addition to the events listed below, we are always available for individual consultations or workshops designed specifically for your department or college. *Many workshops can be applied towards the CITL teaching certificates. Learn more about our teaching certificates.
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S'23 Faculty Series on Teaching & Learning, wksp #4: Develop Effective Assessments of Student Learning: Tests, Exams, & Rubrics
How well are you measuring student learning? Assessment is one of the most complex and stressful responsibilities of an instructor. Is your assessment fair? Valid? Come learn best practices for constructing a test.
Join us online on the first Thursdays of the month from 12pm-1pm as we welcome new faculty, new stories, and new ways of thinking about the art of teaching.
With the meteoric rise of generative AI like ChatGPT going mainstream, what are the implications for teaching and learning in higher education? We’ve put together a diverse group of campus stakeholders to open up the conversation around this disruptive technology. Please join us for this thought-provoking discussion.
The goals for the Annual Faculty Retreat are to build on our collective knowledge about teaching and learning, to share innovative ideas and approaches, and to promote partnerships within and beyond the campus community.
Come to this workshop to begin the process of identifying your teaching philosophy, deciding which parts of it belong in your statement, and avoiding common mistakes.
This workshop will introduce ideas for creating interesting learning environments that welcome participation. Join us to build your toolbox of strategies to keep students motivated, engaged, and active in the classroom.
The use of humor is effective in motivating students, relieving anxiety, and building rapport. It is also awesome. We’ll talk about why you should bring humor into your class, the types of humor available to you, the types of humor to avoid, and more! Absolutely no giraffes or harmonicas permitted!!
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