Category Archives: Center for Teaching and Learning

Start the New Term Strong: Tips from Fall and Psychological Science.

[This blog post is based on a piece published in The Teaching Professor by Regan A. R. Gurung. You are free to modify it to share with your students. The original post can be found here: https://www.teachingprofessor.com/covid-19/adapting-for-2021-a-students-guide/ ] Most New … Continue reading

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Still Time to Apply! Join a Blended Faculty Learning Community

Join a supportive cohort of faculty in January to boost your teaching skills! The Winter ’21 Blended Faculty Learning Community, sponsored by CTL and Academic Technology, will help OSU faculty advance their teaching. The group will focus on applying effective … Continue reading

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Read-Reflect-Reform: Are You (IN)clusive

Why did I choose to read Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?  I feel the answer lies in my background as a white male who grew up in the 1960’s and 70’s, and I’d like … Continue reading

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Sign up for OSU Teaching Workshops

OSU’s Keep Teaching team, the Center for Teaching and Learning, and Academic Technology are collaborating to offer workshops and webinars to help you prepare your Winter 2021 courses. Sign up today! Using Canvas to Give Better Feedback to Students - Wondering … Continue reading

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Join the Winter ’21 Blended Faculty Learning Community

The Winter ’21 Blended Faculty Learning Community, sponsored by CTL and Academic Technology, will help OSU faculty enhance their teaching, with a focus on applying effective practices for blended learning–in remote, blended, hybrid or flipped courses–and the use of educational … Continue reading

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Supporting Students’ Finals Prep

By Marjorie Coffey, Asst. Director, Academic Success Center & Writing Center (ASC &WC) Last spring, I shared ways instructors could encourage and support students as they finished up their first term of remote learning. The most recent OSU Remote Learning … Continue reading

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Reimagining Assessment in the Pandemic Era: Comprehensive Assessment of Student Learning

The Latin root word for the term assessment is assidere which means to sit down beside (Stefanakis, 2002; Swaffield, 2010). The picture of an expert sitting down beside a novice exemplifies the act of providing needed structure to facilitate learning … Continue reading

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Leveraging Zoom Tools to Engage Students

Student engagement is indispensable in the current remote and blended teaching and learning environment. James Lang, author of the well-known Small Teaching: Everyday Lessons from the Science of Learning, speaks to this challenge in the newly published Distracted: Why Students … Continue reading

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Register Now: Blending Your Teaching with Instructional Media Workshop

Wondering how to make your remote or blended classes more engaging? Always wanted to create more media to enliven your classes? Join the Center for Teaching and Learning and Academic Technology for an intensive hour-long session that will empower you … Continue reading

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Are You IN(clusive)? POC Student Perspectives on Race & Racism

Dharma Mirza (She/Her/Hers) is a Student Office Worker at the OSU Center for Teaching & Learning. Dharma is a senior studying Public Health, Queer Studies, and Medical Humanities, and hopes to pursue an MAIS and MPH at OSU when she … Continue reading

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