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Archives for January, 2013

The Center for Teaching and Learning is Recruiting GTA Fellows!

Greetings! My name is Tess Collins and I am the GTA for the Center for Teaching and Learning. I wanted to write about an exciting opportunity for GTAs across campus. Don’t take my word for it, here is a testimonial from one of our past Fellows, Jade Florence! “As a graduate teaching assistant (GTA), I’ve […]

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Teaching and Assessing Critical Thinking

As educators we all want our students to become better problem solvers, to think outside of the box, to create novel and insightful solutions. But thinking, like other skills, must be modeled, practiced, practiced and practiced. It is only with frequent practice and targeted feedback that thinking will improve. Is all thinking created equal? Do […]

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Sign up for Jan. 30 Teaching and Learning Symposium

The first all-day Teaching & Learning Symposium sponsored by the Center for Teaching and Learning is almost here.  In addition to a free lunch (really!), you can learn about everything from open educational resources (OERs) to Pachyderm, Blackboard, critical thinking, OSU’s planned new classroom building, STEM Learning, and effectively responding to student writing.  For a […]

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