Writing a statement of teaching philosophy and teaching dossier are excellent ways to reflect on who you are as an instructor and consider your growth and development with regards to teaching.
Mode: Online (self-paced course)
Participate in the Statements of Teaching Philosophy (CTE2196) advanced online module to prepare a draft of your teaching statement. You'll also receive peer feedback to help enhance your statement in this 3-hour self-paced module.
Learn practical strategies for planning and running lab sessions as well as methods for creating a positive lab environment where students feel comfortable to participate and learn.
Expand your toolbox of interactive activities for any classroom at the Teaching Methods (CTE1217) workshop.
Discover strategies and ways of thinking to increase your confidence in the classroom at the Teaching with Confidence (CTE1234) workshop.
Gain techniques and confidence to make your in-person lessons more engaging at the Classroom Delivery Skills (CTE1226) workshop.
Learn about teaching practices that are informed by an understanding of trauma, its prevalence, and its impact on learning at the Trauma-Informed Teaching (CTE2271) workshop.
Learn how to break up your lectures with small activities that you can easily integrate into your lessons, at the Interactive Lectures (CTE1260) workshop.