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Make the Most of Your Course Preparation Time This Summer

Summer time is here, and many faculty members have a break from their usual schedules, a chance to slow down a bit and start planning their fall courses. If you have a breather, you may find this an opportune time to review and refresh your teaching plans and practices.  The Center for Teaching is open…

Posted on June 8, 2015 in News, , , ,

Teaching, Difference, and Power

A New Guide on Teaching Students with Disabilities

Students of all abilities and backgrounds want classrooms that are inclusive and convey respect. For those students with disabilities, the classroom setting may present certain challenges that need accommodation and consideration. The Center for Teaching has embarked upon a theme year on Teaching, Difference, and Power as a way to explore many of the challenges…

Posted on January 20, 2015 in Resource, , , , ,

Teaching, Difference, and Power

A New Guide on Increasing Inclusivity in the Classroom

Among the greatest challenges facing higher education in the US rests in its difficulties confronting, rather than replicating, an array of social inequalities, and in related efforts to create diverse and democratic campus cultures. These challenges touch every area of campus life, but no domain is as central to this work as the classroom. The…

Posted on November 17, 2014 in News, Resource, , , ,

More & More Accessible Guides from CFT

The CFT has quietly rolled out a new organizational structure for our guides, online documents in which we synthesize and condense some of the research and resulting practices of specific topics in teaching and learning. If you go to the CFT Homepage and hover your mouse over the “Guides” drop-down menu, you’ll see five categories …

Posted on February 8, 2014 in News, Resource,