Archived Events

October 14, 2015
Presented by the Undergraduate Studies Faculty Fellows. Are you teaching a high enrollment course for the first time? Or are you an experienced teacher of large classes? The Undergraduate... read more
October 08, 2015
Speaker:  Annie Laurie Nichols, Instructor of Record, University of Maryland Language barriers have been considered as one of the biggest obstacles for international TAs. However, many... read more
October 07, 2015
Feelings of belonging – students’ perceptions of affiliation and identification with college communities – are important for student persistence in higher education.  Sense of belonging may be... read more
October 06, 2015
Massive open online courses, or MOOCs, emerged a few years ago with promises to provide affordable college education for everyone. Recent studies show, however, that MOOCs are typically completed by... read more
September 30, 2015
September 17, 2015
Mary Kot-Jansen, Learning Technology Services   The strategies and possibilities for rethinking group work and collaboration are myriad.  This workshop will address some of the issues... read more
September 09, 2015
Want to use group work in your class, but scared of a student revolt?  Thinking about trying out team-based learning and worried about some students doing all the work and others not doing any... read more
January 20, 2015
Portfolio Retreat
If you plan to teach at the university level, you will need a teaching philosophy statement and a teaching portfolio. Join members of the TLTC staff and fellow graduate students in a three-... read more