Upcoming 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 23, 2017
Workshop
We can all agree that engaging are students as active participants in their own learning is a good thing, but figuring out how to do that can be daunting (especially in large courses). This won’t be... read more
November 03, 2017
Workshop
Does your course structure contain the elements known to promote learning and knowledge retention? We apply the sticky* principles for creating memorable content to course design and instruction. In... read more
November 06, 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 for... read more
November 07, 2017
Workshop
The best way to design a course is to do it backwards, as odd as that sounds. Join us for a hands-on workshop to help you create meaningful, measurable learning outcomes that define your course and... read more
November 10, 2017
Course Design Retreat
Spend the day with colleagues and the TLTC staff to learn about some of the most compelling research on teaching practices and course design to enhance student learning outcomes, increase student... read more
November 16, 2017
Diversity and Inclusion Workshop Series
Central to the University's mission, we must strive to help prepare our students with the cultural competence necessary to thrive in an increasingly globalized world. Come learn from faculty and... read more
December 04, 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
December 12, 2017
Workshop
Come learn how to use improvisational theater exercises as teaching tools in your own classroom. Whether you teach a Humanities course or a STEM course, in a “large lecture” or “small seminar” format... read more