Jump-Start to Writing a Teaching Philosophy Statement Peer Writing Program

  • Job Market Workshop
Via Zoom
Event For:
  • Grad Students, Postdocs

Registration has now closed for JumpStart for the fall. We will offer this program again in May. If you still wish to participate, please email Dr. Meg Gregory at meggregory@wustl.edu If you are applying for an academic position, it is increasingly likely that you will be asked to submit a […]

Applying Cognitive Science to Your Teaching: Retrieval Practice, Spacing, and Interleaving

  • STEM Pedagogies Workshop
Via Zoom
Event For:
  • Grad Students, Postdocs

Understanding how students learn is an important part of being an effective instructor. In this workshop, participants will examine how to translate three principles from cognitive science to their teaching: 1) retrieval practice—deliberately recalling information from memory, 2) spacing—returning to a concept over time, and 3) interleaving—switching between learning about […]

GSPD Informational Session on the Professional Development in Teaching Program

Via Zoom
Event For:
  • Grad Students, Postdocs

The Professional Development in Teaching program is designed to provide formalized pedagogical training to help graduate students prepare for teaching positions. Our program provides you an opportunity to 1) develop knowledge of effective pedagogy, including evidence-based teaching methods, by participating in advanced-level workshops; 2) gain expertise with varied teaching methods […]

Constructing Effective Collaborative Learning Opportunities

  • Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences
Via Zoom
Event For:
  • Grad Students, Postdocs

Registration for this workshop has now closed. Should you still wish to participate, please contact Dr. Meg Gregory at meggregory@wustl.edu Educational research suggests that students acquire and retain knowledge most effectively by engaging in collaborative learning in groups with their peers. In this advanced-level workshop, participants will examine the potential […]

Jump-Start to Writing a Teaching Philosophy Statement Peer Writing Program

  • Job Market Workshop
Via Zoom
Event For:
  • Grad Students, Postdocs

Registration has now closed for JumpStart for the fall. We will offer this program again in May. If you still wish to participate, please email Dr. Meg Gregory at meggregory@wustl.edu If you are applying for an academic position, it is increasingly likely that you will be asked to submit a […]

Teaching a Diverse Student Population

  • Foundations in Teaching
Via Zoom
Event For:
  • Grad Students, Postdocs

Students come to our classrooms from widely varying educational, economic, and cultural backgrounds. These unique characteristics shape student identities and are fundamental to creating a rich educational environment. But how do we ensure that all students in our classrooms are heard, valued, included, and respected during class? Participants in this […]

GSPD Reading Community Fall 2021: Small Teaching (Second Edition)

  • Graduate Student/Postdoc Reading Community
Via Zoom
Event For:
  • Grad Students, Postdocs

Join fellow advanced-level graduate students, postdocs, and Teaching Center staff for sustained cross-disciplinary conversation on critical topics in teaching and learning! The Graduate Student Postdoc Reading Community (GSPD RC) discussion this fall will focus on chapters from the newly revised and updated Small Teaching: Everyday Lessons from the Science of […]

Teaching a Diverse Student Population

  • Foundations in Teaching
Via Zoom
Event For:
  • Grad Students, Postdocs

Students come to our classrooms from widely varying educational, economic, and cultural backgrounds. These unique characteristics shape student identities and are fundamental to creating a rich educational environment. But how do we ensure that all students in our classrooms are heard, valued, included, and respected during class? Participants in this […]

Teaching a Diverse Student Population

  • Foundations in Teaching
Via Zoom
Event For:
  • Grad Students, Postdocs

Students come to our classrooms from widely varying educational, economic, and cultural backgrounds. These unique characteristics shape student identities and are fundamental to creating a rich educational environment. But how do we ensure that all students in our classrooms are heard, valued, included, and respected during class? Participants in this […]

Fall 2021 Faculty Reading Community: Small Teaching (Second Edition)

  • Faculty Reading Community
Via Zoom
Event For:
  • Faculty

Due to demand, registration for the faculty reading community is now closed. Should you still wish to participate, please contact Meg Gregory at meggregory@wustl.edu. Join colleagues and Center for Teaching and Learning staff for sustained cross-disciplinary conversation on critical topics in teaching and learning! The Faculty Reading Community (FRC) discussion […]

Jump-Start to Writing a Teaching Philosophy Statement Peer Writing Program

  • Job Market Workshop
Via Zoom
Event For:
  • Grad Students, Postdocs

Registration has now closed for JumpStart for the fall. We will offer this program again in May. If you still wish to participate, please email Dr. Meg Gregory at meggregory@wustl.edu If you are applying for an academic position, it is increasingly likely that you will be asked to submit a […]

Advanced Hypothesis Workshop: WashU Ideas

  • Co-Sponsored Event
  • Faculty Workshop
Via Zoom
Event For:
  • Faculty

Join your WashU colleagues for a Hypothesis workshop, hosted by the CTL and co-facilitated by Becky George, Hypothesis Educational Specialist. The session will provide an opportunity for you to share ideas and challenges with each other that emerge from your experience with Hypothesis. You will gain approaches to leverage Hypothesis […]

Jump-Start to Writing a Teaching Philosophy Statement Peer Writing Program

  • Job Market Workshop
Via Zoom
Event For:
  • Grad Students, Postdocs

Registration has now closed for JumpStart for the fall. We will offer this program again in May. If you still wish to participate, please email Dr. Meg Gregory at meggregory@wustl.edu If you are applying for an academic position, it is increasingly likely that you will be asked to submit a […]

Assisting Students in Distress

  • Co-Sponsored Event
  • Faculty Workshop
Via Zoom
Event For:
  • Faculty

As we approach the middle of the semester, we enter a time when students increasingly struggle to maintain their mental health and well-being. In this workshop, we will discuss signs that a student may be in distress and work through a variety of scenarios to consider strategies for how instructors […]

GSPD Reading Community Fall 2021: Small Teaching (Second Edition)

  • Graduate Student/Postdoc Reading Community
Via Zoom
Event For:
  • Grad Students, Postdocs

Join fellow advanced-level graduate students, postdocs, and Teaching Center staff for sustained cross-disciplinary conversation on critical topics in teaching and learning! The Graduate Student Postdoc Reading Community (GSPD RC) discussion this fall will focus on chapters from the newly revised and updated Small Teaching: Everyday Lessons from the Science of […]

Addressing Diversity and Inclusion in Job Market Materials

  • Job Market Workshop
Via Zoom
Event For:
  • Grad Students, Postdocs

Registration is now full for this session, however there are still spots open for the workshop on 10/7/21. Please feel free to register for that option or contact Dr. Meg Gregory with questions. Increasingly candidates for academic positions are asked to prepare materials related to demonstrating their commitment to inclusion […]

Learning Through Group Projects

  • Virtual Conversation
Via Zoom
Event For:
  • Faculty, Grad Students, Postdocs

While some students (and faculty) dread group projects, their use can boost learning and impart valuable skills. In this virtual conversation, we will share key elements of effective group work and discuss ways to make group projects a successful tool for learning for both remote and in-person instruction. This virtual […]

Fall 2021 Faculty Reading Community: Small Teaching (Second Edition)

  • Faculty Reading Community
Via Zoom
Event For:
  • Faculty

Due to demand, registration for the faculty reading community is now closed. Should you still wish to participate, please contact Meg Gregory at meggregory@wustl.edu. Join colleagues and Center for Teaching and Learning staff for sustained cross-disciplinary conversation on critical topics in teaching and learning! The Faculty Reading Community (FRC) discussion […]

Addressing Diversity and Inclusion in Job Market Materials

  • Job Market Workshop
Via Zoom
Event For:
  • Grad Students, Postdocs

Registration for this workshop has now closed. Should you still wish to participate, pleases contact Dr. Meg Gregory at meggregory@wustl.edu. Increasingly candidates for academic positions are asked to prepare materials related to demonstrating their commitment to inclusion and diversity in the classroom. This Job Market series workshop will explore different […]

Leverage PowerPoint and Google Slides for Engagement and Accessibility

  • Virtual Conversation
Via Zoom
Event For:
  • Faculty

Are PowerPoint or Google slides a key component of your lectures? If so, join this virtual conversation to learn about pedagogical strategies and tools in Microsoft PowerPoint and Google Slides that can enhance your students' ability to engage with and access your course content. Prior registration is required, and participant […]

Facilitating Challenging Conversations

  • Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences
Via Zoom
Event For:
  • Grad Students, Postdocs

While the classroom can be a space for open, respectful discussion of sensitive or controversial topics, facilitating such discussions can be a challenging prospect. This advanced-level workshop for graduate students and postdocs in the humanities, arts, and social sciences will provide the opportunity for participants to develop strategies for fostering […]