Learn how to design syllabi that promote student engagement and incorporate principles of inclusive teaching.
15 events at GW Libraries.
Strategize about implementing Inclusive techniques, addressing potential barriers, and adjusting for specific course contexts.
This workshop uses an example of what not to do to think about how to design syllabi that promote student engagement and incorporate principles of inclusive teaching.
What structures and practices help build a strong and committed community of learners?
This workshop explores grading on the assignment level.
We will strategize about implementing Inclusive techniques, addressing potential barriers, and adjusting for specific course contexts.
Join us for a look at different tools and methods for facilitating discussions in both face-to-face and online settings.
This workshop will discuss best practices for handling difficult conversations, whether spontaneous or planned.
Embedding the principles of peer education in classroom instruction can help students make the most of discussion, participation, and group and team work.
This session will outline three research-based levels of design action to enhance academic integrity.
Former CCAS dean and professor of psychology Dr. Peg Barratt, will explore what the science of how people think and act can teach us about how students learn, and how to adjust our teaching in response.
This workshop explores grading models that can change the practices and anxiety around grading.
OVPR Faculty Orientation: Promoting and Enabling Research with the Libraries and Academic Innovation Team
Join the Libraries and Academic Innovation team as they discuss the many ways that the library system can enhance and promote university research and scholarship.
OVPR Faculty Orientation: What is an ORCiD ID and How Can it Help You Streamline Your Research Processes?
Join this session to learn about ORCiD IDs and how they can help the research community streamline research processes.
The Teaching Network for Early Career Faculty is a cohort-based program for faculty who consider themselves new, or relatively new, to teaching at GW.