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Faculty Panel: Instructional Technology in the Engineering Classroom -
Everyone
Not eligible for Certificate

College of Engineering faculty present their experiences with a range of instructional tools. Presenters include Marcus Darden (EECS) speaking about Gradescope and Robin Fowler (TC) discussing Speedgrader.  

 

CRLT Players Present Cuts: Responding to Student Climate Concerns -
Graduate Students
Requirement B2, Diversity and Inclusive Teaching

Cuts: Responding to Student Climate Concerns follows Mariam, a young Muslim American student at the University of Michigan, as she encounters a series of negative interactions on campus over a two-year period. These experiences…

Assessing Student Participation: What, How, and Why? [RESCHEDULED SESSION] -
Everyone
Requirement B2

Student participation factors into many instructional approaches, whether through discussion, presentations, in- and out-of-class assignments, or group work. Yet it can be challenging to identify transparent and fair methods for grading student…

Active Learning Practice -
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Everyone
Requirement B2

To register for this event please click here.

This session offers an opportunity to practice active learning techniques by presenting a lesson to a small peer group. In advance, participants review short online videos…

Implementing Inclusive Teaching Principles [SESSION HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED] -
Everyone
Requirement B2, Diversity and Inclusive Teaching

This session is has been rescheduled due to the Palmer Commons building closure. The new session will be offered on Monday, March 4 from 10am-12pm.…

Assessing Student Participation: What, How, and Why? [THIS SESSION HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER] -
Everyone
Requirement B2

This session has been POSTPONED due to inclement weather. The rescheduled session will be held on Thursday, February 7 from 1pm-3pm. 

Five-part Diversity and Inclusive Teaching Seminar Winter 2019 -
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Graduate Students
Requirement B1

The Diversity and Inclusive Teaching (DIT) Seminar is co-developed by the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT) and The Program on Intergroup Relations (IGR), with support from Rackham Graduate School and IGR. In this five…

The Science of Learning (POSTPONED DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER) -
Graduate Students
Requirement B2

We have postponed this seminar due to inclement weather. The rescheduled session will be held on Monday, March 11 from 3pm-4:30pm.

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In this workshop, we will…

Facilitating Classroom Discussions in the Social Sciences and Humanities -
Graduate Students
Requirement B2

This introductory workshop is geared toward first-time instructors in the Social Sciences and Humanities and will focus on strategies for enhancing the quality of classroom discussions. During the session, participants will consider how…

Assessing Student Participation: What, How, and Why? [SESSION IS FULL] -
Everyone
Requirement B2

Student participation factors into many instructional approaches, whether through discussion, presentations, in- and out-of-class assignments, or group work. Yet it can be challenging to identify transparent and fair methods for grading student…

Evaluating Student Writing -
Everyone
Requirement B2

Evaluating student writing is one of the most subjective and elusive tasks that we as instructors undertake each semester. In this workshop, we will work to alleviate some of the anxiety surrounding the evaluation process by discussing the use of…

Developing Your Teaching Philosophy -
Graduate Students
Not eligible for Certificate

This session does NOT count for GSIs looking to make up missed orientation training.

Many academic employers require a teaching philosophy statement as part of the application process. In this interactive…
Observing Classes and Conducting Midterm Student Feedbacks (MSFs) -
Everyone
Not eligible for Certificate

This session does NOT count for GSIs looking to make up missed orientation training.

This workshop is designed to give GSMs, GSICs, ETCs and GSI Coordinators a framework for observing their GSIs' classes and collecting…

Writing a Diversity Statement -
Graduate Students
Not eligible for Certificate

Click here to register for this event.

Increasingly, employers are interested in how prospective employees will contribute to organizational goals of diversity, equity, and inclusion. As a result, many academic employers…

Consulting with GSIs -
Everyone
Not eligible for Certificate

This session does NOT count for GSIs looking to make up missed orientation training.

This workshop is intended for GSMs, Faculty GSI Coordinators, or Teaching Consultants. In this interactive workshop, participants will…

Facilitating Discussions of Research Literature in STEM Courses -
Everyone
Requirement B2

This workshop provides an opportunity for instructors in STEM courses to discuss evidence-based practices that can promote more effective discussions of research literature. Through a series of group-based activities, instructors will consider…

Mentoring Undergraduate and Graduate Student Research: An Online Workshop -
Everyone
Requirement B2

Mentoring plays an important role in acculturating students to a discipline. Furthermore, research has shown that women, first-generation college students, and those from historically underrepresented groups derive particularly benefit from…

GSI Teaching Orientation -
Graduate Students
Requirement A

CRLT’s GSI Teaching Orientation is designed to help new GSIs prepare for their initial teaching experiences. It also has proven to be a valuable event for experienced GSIs and for graduate students who anticipate teaching in the future.

Running Practice Teaching Sessions -
Everyone
Not eligible for Certificate

This session does NOT count for GSIs looking to make up missed orienation training. This session is intended for individuals who will be facilitating practice teaching sessions at a CRLT or department teaching orientation, as part…

Running Practice Teaching Sessions -
Everyone
Not eligible for Certificate

This session does NOT count for GSIs looking to make up missed orienation training. This session is intended for individuals who will be facilitating practice teaching sessions at a CRLT or department teaching orientation, as part…

Getting Started with Teaching Gamefully -
Everyone
Not eligible for Certificate

Gameful learning is a pedagogical approach that takes inspiration from how good games function and applies that to the design of learning environments. Gameful pedagogy is grounded in self-determination theory to build student autonomy,…

Disability and Accessible Teaching: Current Perspectives and Best Practices *NEW SESSION* -
Everyone
Requirement B2, Diversity and Inclusive Teaching

Understanding disability and promoting accessibility are central to diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts. In this workshop, participants will gain a better understanding of what disability is and how thinking about disability has evolved.…

Managing Academic Identities in Digital Spaces (An Online Workshop) -
Graduate Students
Requirement B2, Instructional Technology

This online workshop explores strategies to facilitate meaningful academic…

Backward Course Design: Planning Your Course with the End in Mind (An Online Workshop) -
Everyone
Requirement B2

Ever been frustratingly lost because you didn't know where you were going? Similarly, it can be frustrating and challenging for students and instructors to succeed in a course if the outcomes are not clear from the beginning. In this workshop,…

FCI Seminar Series - The Influence of Gender Stereotypes on Behavioral Outcomes Among Students in Group Project Teams -
Everyone
Not eligible for Certificate

Dr. Denise Sekaquaptewa is Professor of Psychology and Women’s Studies at the University of Michigan. She has received numerous awards for her work on diversity-related issues. In this presentation, Dr. Sekaquaptewa discusses her research…