Spring into Resilient Teaching This Summer

OSU Lower CampusDeadline for proposals extended to June 15!

The exhausting twists and turns of the past two years have stretched everyone’s teaching skills while stimulating innovative ideas about ways to enhance on-campus teaching. Looking for a way to reinvigorate your teaching practice for Fall ‘22 and beyond?

Join the Summer ‘22 Resilient Teaching Faculty Learning Communities sponsored by the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) and Academic Technologies! Be part of a cohort of faculty from across OSU exploring solutions to teaching challenges, strategies to build resilience in teaching, and techniques for integrating in-class and online learning.

Learning community co-facilitator Weiwei Zhang notes, “What stood out to me in the past learning communities is seeing the confidence participants have gained through the weeks of conversations and collaborations with their peers. It is not only the confidence in teaching and innovation, but also the confidence in asking questions, voicing concerns, tackling challenges, and solving problems. I think confidence is one of the key factors that contributes to happiness, well-being, and resilience.”

CTL is providing $500 in professional development funding to faculty who participate in these summer learning communities. Each group will have four Zoom sessions spread over an eight-week period to fit summertime schedules. Participants will have the opportunity to collaboratively address teaching challenges while supported by CTL and Academic Technologies.

Interested? See the Call for Participation and apply by June 15. For more information: Center for Teaching and Learning.

We look forward to exploring resilient teaching with you this summer!

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About Cub Kahn

Blended learning coordinator for the Oregon State University Center for Teaching and Learning and hybrid coordinator for Ecampus.
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