Category Archives: Center for Teaching and Learning

Grading: Same as it Ever Was? There’s No Better Time than NOW, to Change

At the start of the pandemic, now over a year ago, it struck me that the words of the Talking Heads classic, Once in a Lifetime fit the situation well with a few tweaks (And you may find yourself, With … Continue reading

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Congratulations and Thank You!

The Center for Teaching and Learning congratulates Oregon State University’s record 7,391 graduates and expresses deep appreciation to our faculty who have skillfully taught, nurtured, guided and mentored their students through the unprecedented challenges of the past year. Looking ahead, … Continue reading

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RAP ON: Does Social Media Ease the Stress of Finals or INCREASE IT?

About the Author: Amara Bradetich is a graduate student in the School of Public Health and Human Services at Oregon State University. Studying in the Human Development and Family Science area, her research focuses on how maternal stress during pregnancy … Continue reading

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Summer Professional Development Opportunity

The remote teaching and learning experience during the past year has stimulated innovative ideas about ways to improve on-campus teaching. The path forward for teaching and learning in higher ed will continue to be both exciting and challenging. You’re invited … Continue reading

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Wellbeing in the University Context: The Role of Assessment

About the Author: Madeline Nichols is a doctoral student in the College of Public Health and Human Sciences at Oregon State University. Studying in the Human Development and Family Studies program, her research broadly focuses on how older adults and … Continue reading

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Center for Teaching & Learning Peer Supporter 2020-21 Showcase

You are invited! Friday, May 21, 9:00-9:50 am. Join the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) in our Peer Supporter Showcase. During the 2020-21 academic year, the Office of Undergraduate Education with funding from the Provost, established the Peer Teaching … Continue reading

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Self-Regulation in College

About the Author: Amara Bradetich is a graduate student in the School of Public Health and Human Services at Oregon State University. Studying in the Human Development and Family Science area, her research focuses on how maternal stress during pregnancy affects … Continue reading

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Distance Learning is Hard – Here’s How to Make it Easier for Students

About the Author: Madeline Nichols is a doctoral student in the College of Public Health and Human Studies at Oregon State University. Studying in the Human Development and Family Studies program, her research broadly focuses on how older adults and … Continue reading

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Jump into a Summer Faculty Learning Community

The Summer ’21 Blended Faculty Learning Community, sponsored by CTL and Academic Technology, is designed to help you advance your teaching skills. This small, supportive cohort will focus on applying effective practices for skillful use of educational technology and for … Continue reading

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Call for Applications – Inclusive Excellence@OSU 2021 Cohort

Each year IE@OSU welcomes STEM faculty from OSU, Linn-Benton, and Lane Community Colleges to participate in a year-long fellowship. Inclusive Excellence@OSU seeks to transform STEM education by creating a thriving community of peers who are invested in inclusive excellence in STEM, challenging … Continue reading

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