Archived Events

May 27, 2016
Seminar
One of the most pressing challenges in higher education is the large gap in graduation rates that persists between college students from different racial, ethnic and socioeconomic ... read more
April 28, 2016
Learning Community
*Brown Bag Lunch
April 21, 2016
Diversity and Inclusion Workshop Series
Featured Speakers:  Dylan Selterman, PSYC Alexis Williams, TLTC Anyone who has taught a course knows that performance is about more than raw intelligence – there are a number of... read more
April 13, 2016
Seminar
All MIT undergraduates take two semesters of physics—mechanics (Physics I) and electricity and magnetism (Physics II).  Those two courses had undergone substantial transformation in... read more
April 07, 2016
Workshop
Featured Speakers:  Ron Yaros, JRNL Scott Roberts, TLTC Our lives are saturated with technology, as our many classrooms on campus. As most students embrace the “Bring Your Own Device” model... read more
March 30, 2016
Learning Community
Please join TLTC staff, UTLP participants, and others interested in Teaching-as-Research (TAR) for our March 2016 TAR Learning Community Meeting. This meeting will begin... read more
March 30, 2016
Diversity and Inclusion Workshop Series
Featured Speakers:  Beth Douthirt-Cohen, ODI Domonic Rollins, ODI Educators nationwide are debating how to approach trigger warnings… should we warn students that content might be offensive... read more
March 24, 2016
Workshop
Featured Speakers:  James Bond, OSC Ryan Curtis, PSYC Why do students cheat? The research on cheating and plagiarism reveals some important insights into the factors that influence... read more
March 21, 2016
Diversity and Inclusion Workshop Series
Featured Speakers:  Jo Ann Hutchinson, DSS Ana Palla-Kane, TERPAccess Sue Johnston, LTS We have an ethical responsibility to make our classes an inclusive and accessible environment, but... read more
March 10, 2016
Workshop
Speaker: Kimberly Kenyon, Associate Director, Cornel University Cultural differences have always been addressed as a barrier for international TAs. However, if international TAs could apply their... read more

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