Help us pilot a short, research-based formative evaluation tool to gather valid, reliable, and actionable feedback on teaching. We are recruiting instructors across disciplines and course structures (e.g., large lectures and smaller discussion-based classes). Each instructor will need to be teaching an undergraduate course with no fewer than 20 students in Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 to participate.
Seeking undergraduate course instructors
Attend an Elevate Fellows Info Session
Come learn about Elevate Fellows! This year-long professional development program is open to any full-time faculty members and instructors interested in receiving up to $8,000 to redesign an undergraduate course to implement more evidence-based, active learning strategies. Applications for the 2018 Elevate cohort are due Nov. 10.
Now located in Edward St. John Learning and Teaching Center
Our offices and event space have moved! Come visit us in 1117. This innovative building on McKeldin Mall is also home to 22 state-of-the-art classrooms and labs for active learning.
Introducing the Fearless Teaching Framework
The Fearless Teaching Framework (FTF) is a conceptual model of an effective course based on decades of educational theory and empirical reserach. The four pieces of effective courses — climate, content, practice, and assessment — can work in tandem to promote student achievement and learning.
TLTC Announces Launch Program
Central to the TLTC’s mission, its Faculty Launch Program provides faculty with a cohesive but customizable series of professional development activities to help them advance their teaching, collect evidence of their effectiveness, and leverage innovative, evidence-based approaches in their classrooms.
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