• PTA Participant
    Certificates
    Earn the Teaching in Higher Education Certificate
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    Workshops
    Enhance your teaching with research-based practices
  • Consultations
    Consultations
    Discuss your course with a CAT Consultant or Faculty Fellow
  • Steve Kreinberg at TTS Conference
    Conferences
    Attend our Annual Faculty Conference on Teaching Excellence
Certificates
Workshops
Consultations
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Qwickly Attendance Training (Hosted by ITS)

Monday, January 18, 2021 - 1:30pm-2:00pm
Hosted online via Zoom

Canvas: Organizing and Structuring Content Effectively (Hosted Online via Zoom)

Wednesday, January 20, 2021 - 2:00pm-3:00pm
Hosted online via Zoom

Zoom: Facilitating Synchronous Online Learning (Hosted Online via Zoom)

Thursday, January 21, 2021 - 2:00pm-3:30pm
Hosted online via Zoom
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    10:46 AM - 12 Jan 2021
  • RT : Using a human-centered system in your classroom such as ungrading, sharing student power, or self-directed learning… https://t.co/9p3LZYufM9
    7:46 AM - 11 Jan 2021
  • Sadly, we've reached the end of our Annual Faculty Conference. Thank you to all who attended and presented. With al… https://t.co/QNbxXD77pQ
    4:26 PM - 7 Jan 2021

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When creating a syllabus, it is important to make sure that course goals and expectations are clear. However the syllabus can also be a place to get students excited to learn and to signal that your course is an inclusive environment. The following tips provide three simple ways to create a more inclusive syllabus and start your course off more positively from day one.

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