Event Dates Short Description
Strategies for Training New GSIs -
Everyone
Not eligible for Certificate

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

This workshop is an introduction to the various strategies that GSMs and GSI Coordinators can use during the training and development of…

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…

Engaging Students with Active Learning: An Online Workshop -
Everyone
Requirement B2

In this online workshop, you will see examples of active learning at U-M, reflect on how these techniques could be applied in your own classroom, and engage with fellow graduate students to address any obstacles to implementing the techniques.…

SPH Focus Group - Students -
Not eligible for Certificate

This focus group is for B.A. and B.S. students.

This focus group is designed to elicit your feedback on your classroom experiences in the School of Public Health undergraduate program. The key purpose of this focus group…

Research-Based Practices for College Teaching: An Online Workshop -
Everyone
Requirement B2

In this online workshop, you will learn about research-based practices that can be used to promote student success. We will also explore the evidence behind those practices. Specifically, you will:

  1. Begin with the introduction to the…
SPH Focus Group - Students -
Not eligible for Certificate

This focus group is for B.S. students.

This focus group is designed to elicit your feedback on your classroom experiences in the School of Public Health undergraduate program. The key purpose of this focus group is to…

SPH Focus Group - Students -
Not eligible for Certificate

This focus group is for B.A. students.

This focus group is designed to elicit your feedback on your classroom experiences in the School of Public Health undergraduate program. The key purpose of this focus group is to…

SPH Focus Group - Students -
Not eligible for Certificate

This focus group is for B.A. students.

This focus group is designed to elicit your feedback on your classroom experiences in the School of Public Health undergraduate program. The key purpose of this focus group is to…

SPH Focus Group - Students -
Not eligible for Certificate

This focus group is for B.S. students.

This focus group is designed to elicit your feedback on your classroom experiences in the School of Public Health undergraduate program. The key purpose of this focus group is to…

SPH Focus Group - Instructors -
Not eligible for Certificate

This focus group is for faculty and GSIs.

This focus group is designed to elicit your feedback on your expectations and experiences teaching an undergraduate course for the School of Public Health undergraduate program.…

SPH Focus Group - Instructors -
Not eligible for Certificate

This focus group is for faculty and GSIs.

This focus group is designed to elicit your feedback on your expectations and experiences teaching an undergraduate course for the School of Public Health undergraduate program.…

Pedagogies For Developing Students’ Computer Programming Skills -
Everyone
Requirement B2, Instructional Technology

This interactive workshop will help instructors thoughtfully select pedagogical tools to use when teaching students how to program for courses where coding is a required skill or whose main purpose is coding (e.g. Unix, R, Python, Matlab, SQL, C…

Paperless Teaching -
Everyone
Requirement B2, Instructional Technology

Paperless courses are not only environmentally friendly, but are also a format that can help you use technology to engage your students, increase efficiency, and improve communication with your class. We will discuss several strategies you can…

Flipping Your Classroom: The Nuts and Bolts -
Everyone
Requirement B2, Instructional Technology

The “flipped classroom” has garnered considerable attention in the academy in recent years. This approach to teaching involves the use of podcasting, videos, and other strategies to shift students’ initial exposure to content from the lecture…

Teaching With Accessibility In Mind -
Everyone
Requirement B2

Students bring a diversity of needs to our classroom. Teaching with accessibility in mind can help us include and accommodate them all. In this session, you will learn how to incorporate inclusive teaching principles and practices that promote…

Creative Uses Of Technology To Assess Students -
Everyone
Requirement B2, Instructional Technology

In this workshop we will explore methods to assess students – both formally and informally – using technology. We will discuss a variety of ways assessments can be developed and used based on our class goals. We will discuss different types of…

Let's Make a Screencast -
Everyone
Requirement B2, Instructional Technology

In this workshop, we will be providing a basic overview of the screencasting software Jing, followed by a hands-on opportunity to practice creating your own screencast. Screencasting is a method…

ES 2018 Lightning Talks: Digital Pedagogy Innovations and Workshop -
Everyone
Requirement B2, Instructional Technology

Have you been thinking about integrating digital technologies, social media, or other kinds of pedagogical initiatives using digital platforms into a new or existing course? Would you like to learn about innovations in classroom projects in a…

Enriching Scholarship 2018 Keynote Workshop: Creating Effective Online Activities -
Everyone
Requirement B2, Instructional Technology

Need some new ideas for online learning activities? Based on principles from The Blended Course Design Workbook: A Practical Guide this 2-hour interactive workshop will focus on creating effective online activities that are student-…

Promoting Effective Group Work: Forming and Evaluating Groups and Teams With Technology -
Everyone
Requirement B2, Instructional Technology

Research clearly indicates that group work can produce more learning than students working on their own. As an instructor, how do you structure group work to make it most effective, particularly with large numbers of students? This workshop will…

Enriching Scholarship 2018 Opening Keynote & Poster Fair -
Everyone
Not eligible for Certificate

9:00am: Poster Fair and Strolling Breakfast

The poster fair highlights the work of the five recipients of the annual Provost's Teaching Innovation Prize (TIP), and CRLT'…

Responding to Tumultuous Events: Practice Teaching (Inclusive Teaching @ Michigan Series) -
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Faculty
Requirement B2, Diversity and Inclusive Teaching

Please be aware that this session will be held on north campus in the Gorguze Family Laboratory (Room 216). 

Acknowledging troubling events and tragedies (on campus, and on a national/international scale) is crucial for…

Ask an Undergrad: Consulting with Students about Your Course Materials (Inclusive Teaching @ Michigan Series) -
Everyone
Not eligible for Certificate

This session offers instructors the opportunity to receive feedback from CRLT’s undergraduate consultants about the inclusive dimensions of selected course materials (e.g. a portion of your syllabus, a writing assignment, a series of exam…

Ask an Undergrad: Consulting with Students about Your Course Materials (Inclusive Teaching @ Michigan Series) -
Everyone
Not eligible for Certificate

This session offers instructors the opportunity to receive feedback from CRLT’s undergraduate consultants about the inclusive dimensions of selected course materials (e.g. a portion of your syllabus, a writing assignment, a series of exam…

Ask an Undergrad: Consulting with Students about Your Course Materials (Inclusive Teaching @ Michigan Series) -
Everyone
Not eligible for Certificate

This session offers instructors the opportunity to receive feedback from CRLT’s undergraduate consultants about the inclusive dimensions of selected course materials (e.g. a portion of your syllabus, a writing assignment, a series of exam…