logo

Category

Events

Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) at QC

Are you interested in creating impactful global learning for your students? Do you want to connect with faculty across national borders? The Office of the Provost at Queens College is pleased to announce the 2021-2022 Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) Faculty Fellowships. In keeping with the international goals of Queens College (QC) and working closely with the Center for Teaching and Learning, the
Read More

Curating Engagement with Your Online Class

“I am ZOOMed out”… “I just CANNOT be online for so many hours in a row”.  “I feel like I’m talking to a void”… “I can’t tell if my students are understanding”. Engaging your hybrid and online course has been an ongoing discussion and source of frustration for faculty and students. Our in-person engagement strategies are often not possible or ineffective in the online environment. How can we create engagin
Read More

The Pedagogy of Kindness: The Discussion Continues

Explore strategies, concepts, and paradigms aimed at reconstructing classrooms according to three main themes: building community, being mindful in the classroom, and collaboration.
Read More

The Pedagogy of Kindness: Building a Community of Inquiry, a Faculty Discussion Series

Explore strategies, concepts, and paradigms aimed at reconstructing classrooms according to three main themes: building community, being mindful in the classroom, and collaboration.
Read More

Self-paced Best Practices for Teaching Online – January 4-31, 2021

The Center for Teaching & Learning is offering a five-session self-paced workshop focused on best practices for teaching online. This workshop is completely asynchronous. Here is the syllabus. The key points are listed below. To participate in this workshop, register by December 31 at: https://t.ly/zfxC We are offering two certifications – Full Teaching Online Certification and Emergency Teaching Online Cer
Read More

Call for Participants – Teaching for Student Success: A Faculty Discussion Series – Spring 2020

A discussion series for faculty interested in exploring research on learning and how it can be applied to enhance teaching practice and support student success.
Read More

Call for Participants: Strategies for Teaching Online: Developing Online and Hybrid Courses – Spring 2020

An eight-week hybrid workshop focusing on the development and implementation of hybrid courses (courses that blend online and face-to-face instruction) and fully online courses.
Read More

Faculty Speaker Series on Open Education Resources (OER)

Updated November 19, 2019 Open Educational Resources (OER) are free and freely accessible digital media (including text, images, video, learning modules and etc.) that are used in teaching and learning.  Due to their digital distribution, they can be accessed anywhere and anytime by students through an internet connection. OER are easy to keep up to date and modify for a variety of course-related applications while s
Read More

CTL Faculty Seminar Series, Fall 2019

Welcome to the Fall 2019 semester. Engage with your fellow faculty about scholarship and teaching. To kick off the new school year the Center for Teaching & Learning would like to introduce a new seminar series. “CTL Faculty Seminar Series” will begin on October 22 with a presentation by Dr. Christopher Hanusa, Associate Professor from the Department of Mathematics. Come for the talk, stay for tea and conversatio
Read More

Spam prevention powered by Akismet

Skip to toolbar