- Seminar on Course Design
- Monday, October 7th
- 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
- Seminar on Teaching Portfolios
- Tuesday, October 15th
- 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM
- Developing Assignments That Use the Library
- Monday, October 21st
Preparing Future Faculty Seminar:
Teaching with Technology: How Does it Help Students Learn?
Friday, December 6th (reading period) | 10am-4:30pm
Our annual Preparing Future Faculty Program, sponsored by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, brings together experienced educators from regional colleges and advanced graduate students interested in careers in liberal arts colleges. This year’s program will focus on how learning can be enhanced by supportive technologies. Faculty from institutions across the Midwest will share their experiences incorporating new technologies into their classrooms in order to enhance their students' learning.
Registration Required: https://teachingatuchicago.wufoo.com/forms/teaching-with-technology/
Schedule and Details: http://teaching.uchicago.edu/?workshops-and-seminars/PFF%202013.html
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About the Center
The Center for Teaching and Learning promotes excellence in teaching at the University of Chicago through a broad range of programs for graduate students and faculty. From the Graduate Workshop on Teaching in the College to Faculty Grants for Instructional Improvement, the CTL researches and educates on best teaching practices, effective evaluation methods and innovative course design.
For graduate students, the Center offers a series of workshops and consultations that introduce students to various aspects of pedagogy and help them refine their individual teaching styles.
For faculty, the Center provides seminars and consultations to help faculty members further refine their pedagogical skills and help them teach more efficiently.
The Center also offers an archive of on-line sources for both faculty and graduate students, including “Essays on Teaching Excellence,” on-line tutorials and guides.