Tag: resilient teaching

  • Resilience as Resistance: Defending Higher Education by Finding Ways to Remain

    By Kristen D. Herring, Ph.D., School of Communication As early career faculty, many academics build armor. We shield ourselves from attacks on our authority with memorized citations, ambitious research agendas, and cleverly thrifted blazers. The word resilience takes on an unnerving connotation among millennial audiences. We are a generation whose entire adult lives have been…

  • Join a Resilient Teaching Faculty Learning Community This Fall

    Searching for a supportive community of faculty focused on resilience and improvement of teaching? Curious about AI tools and other educational technology? Looking for an enjoyable way to energize your Corvallis or Cascades campus teaching this fall? The Resilient Teaching Faculty Learning Community is a professional development program sponsored by the Center for Teaching and…

  • Spring into Resilient Teaching

    Searching for a supportive community of faculty focused on resilience and improvement of teaching? Looking for an enjoyable way to energize your Corvallis or Cascades campus teaching this spring? Join the Spring ’23 Resilient Teaching Faculty Learning Community sponsored by the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) and Academic Technologies. A small cohort of faculty…

  • It’s January Again, Time for New Year’s Teaching Resolutions

    Every time I teach, there are elements that I notice that I want to change. I often have a clear idea of what needs to be different (often right as I walk back from finishing class), but I do not always get around to making the change. As CTL Executive Director, and someone who reads…

  • Enhance Your Teaching While Building Resilience

    Looking for an enjoyable way to energize your Corvallis or Cascades campus teaching this winter? Searching for a supportive community of faculty focused on resilience and improvement of teaching? Join the Fall ’22 Resilient Teaching Faculty Learning Community sponsored by the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) and Academic Technologies. A small cohort of faculty…

  • Authentic Audiences for Student Learning

    About the author: Meg Mobley, Ph.D., is a Senior Instructor in Crop and Soil Science. She develops and teaches blended and Ecampus soil science courses from introductory to graduate level and is active in inclusive curriculum development and faculty instructional support. Her approach to teaching, mentoring, and collaborating is to start with curiosity and empathy…

  • Enhance Your Teaching and Build Confidence

    Looking for an enjoyable way to reinvigorate your on-campus teaching practice this autumn? Join the Fall ’22 Resilient Teaching Faculty Learning Communities sponsored by the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) and Academic Technologies. A cohort of faculty from across OSU will explore solutions to teaching challenges, share strategies to build resilience in teaching, and…

  • Reflecting on the Resilient Teaching Symposium: Working with Faculty

    About the author: Brenna Gomez, MFA, is the Director of Career Integration in the Career Development Center. She works with OSU faculty and other stakeholders on helping students connect the dots between the coursework they take at OSU and their future career goals. In her free time she writes fiction. In April, the CTL held…

  • Spring into Resilient Teaching This Summer

    Deadline 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…

  • A “Form” of Flexibility: An Easy Way to Grant Extensions to Students

    By Dr. Raechel Soicher, 2022 CTL Blended Learning Innovations in Pedagogy (BLIP) Initiative Faculty Fellow and Instructor in the School of Psychological Science. As with most (all) of my great teaching ideas, I got this one for supporting students from Twitter. Let me back up a sec – some context for why I was searching…