November 17, 2011
CIRTL's Interactive Online Spring courses: Registration is now open
The Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning (CIRTL) will be offering two online courses this spring. CIRTL Network courses are designed for graduate students and Postdoctoral fellows in STEM fields who want to develop new approaches to teaching.
Diversity in the College Classroom, taught by Chris Pfund, University of Wisconsin-Madison and Mathew L. Ouellett, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Center for Teaching and Faculty Development. This course will examine issues of diversity and how to address them effectively in the classroom. Participants will create an action plan for addressing diversity in their teaching.
The Effective Use of Technology in Teaching and Learning, taught by Alan Wolf of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Folahan Ayorinde at Howard University. This course will examine the effective use of instructional technology in teaching and will explore how different technologies can affect the learning of diverse student populations.
Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis and these courses are likely to fill up. For more information about the courses, or to register for a course visit, please check the following link, http://www.cirtl.net/course_overview.
If you know of others who might be interested in participating in these courses, please pass this information on to them. Priority is given to students from CIRTL Network institutions.