Archived Events

October 18, 2017
Diversity and Inclusion Workshop Series
The research is clear - student are more engaged and have better learning outcomes when they perceive your course’s climate to be inclusive, positive, and supportive. Come learn why it matters and... read more
October 13, 2017
Workshop
Classroom Assessment Techniques (aka CATs) are activities that can help instructors monitor students' learning in their classes, get quick feedback on their teaching, and also help students to think... read more
October 09, 2017
Faculty Portfolio Workshop
Join colleagues, TLTC, and Faculty Affairs for an interactive workshop on how to document and present your teaching contribution, student impact, and mentorship in your teaching portfolio (now... read more
October 09, 2017
Learning Community
Teaching-As-Research (TAR) involves deliberate, systematic, and reflective use of research methods to advance teaching and learning in higher education. These meetings serve as informal forums... read more
October 05, 2017
Workshop
Part of the TLTC’s mission is to help you make the most impact with the time you spend teaching. Of course, much of that time takes place outside the classroom, so bring a laptop and come... read more
September 25, 2017
Diversity and Inclusion Workshop Series
Ensuring that each of your students is held to the same performance standards is certainly important, but equality does not establish equal access and opportunity. Come discuss the distinction and... read more
September 20, 2017
Workshop
Come take a deeper dive into the science behind much of our guidance and get some hands-on time thinking through how to apply it in your own courses. We will explore the evidence for active learning... read more
September 15, 2017
Workshop
If you are applying for an academic position, or going up for promotion here at the University of Maryland, you will need a teaching philosophy statement as part of your portfolio. Whether you would... read more
September 11, 2017
Workshop
Students can be a great source of feedback to find out what is working (or not) in the classroom each semester (Cohen, 1980; Murray, 2007) . However, students may not provide feedback until... read more
September 06, 2017
Diversity and Inclusion Workshop Series
Do you say anything at all or just pretend like nothing happened? Do you ask students how they are thinking and feeling? Do you share your personal views or remain a neutral third-party? Managing hot... read more

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