UT Arlington Local Workshops
This semester we will have local workshops hosted by Dr. Racquel Douglas. She will share her experiences attending CIRTL Teaching Institutes at Johns Hopkins University and University of Colorado Boulder. Topics will include: (1) Active Learning; (2) Course Design; (3) Inclusive Classrooms; (4) Assessments/Evaluations; and (5) Your Teaching Legacy.
The times of the workshops are from noon to 1PM. Locations are to be determined. The following are the dates of the workshops
- Wednesday, February 8, 2017, in Woolf Hall 200
- Wednesday, March 8, 2017
- Wednesday, April 5, 2017
- Wednesday, May 24, 22017
- Wednesday, June 7, 2017
The CIRTL network offers many free online events and courses to promote teaching and learning in STEM higher education. All events fall under the following categories.
1) Fall 2016 Cross-Network Courses: CIRTL offers a variety of online courses that leverage the expertise and diversity of faculty from across our network. Registration for fall courses (except MOOCs) runs from August 1 through September 20. Priority registration is given to graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and CIRTL alumni in STEM/SBE fields from Network institutions. All other applicants will be accepted on a space-available basis. Students will be notified of their enrollment status by September 21, 2016. Students who register by September 2 will be given early bird priority.
2) CIRTLCasts: These events focus on a single theme in teaching and learning each month. Fall 2014 sessions will discuss and interact with the following topics:
- Promoting Diversity and Success in STEM education
- The Academic Job Search
- Teaching and Learning in the American Academic System: International Graduate Students
3) Teaching-as-Research (TAR) Capstone Series: Tune in to see what TAR projects other graduate students have completed around the country and connect with fellow participants!
4) CIRTL Reads Journal Club: Join in these monthly discussions about a specific journal article centered on a STEM education topic.
5) Summer Graduate Courses: These courses involve live sessions as well as online interactions that focus on effective teaching practices. UTA will be focusing this semester on the CIRTL College Classroom MOOC: An Introduction to Evidence-Based Undergraduate STEM Teaching, and will be featuring a local learning community to accompany the event. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about this learning community.
Click here to see the full list of CIRTL events. If you are interested in attending a session, simply join the session on the date and time listed in the left column of the CIRTL website.