By popular demand, Dr Rose Muravchick and Dr Sophie le Blanc are offering a re-run of their workshop “Creating Inclusive Classroom Communities,” previously offered during Keep Calm and Teach On in late August. In this workshop all instructors are prompted to think about how to create an inclusive classroom and respond to issues tied to current events in an inclusive manner.
- Session I – Oct 27 from 10:00-11:00AM in the Faculty Commons (Pearson 116)
- Session II – Oct 27 from 2:00-3:00PM in the Faculty Commons (Pearson 116)
Please register here if you plan to attend.
CTAL is offering assistance with re-certifying your multicultural courses. We will offer two sessions of consultations on October 20th to help you through the process.
- Session I- Oct. 20 from 10:00-11:00 in Room 107 Memorial Hall
- Session II- Oct. 20 from 2:00-3:00 in Room 048 Memorial Hall
If you wish to have a personal consultation, please email CTALfirstname.lastname@example.org or call 302-831-2027 to schedule an appointment.
- We have produced a special edition of our podcast tackling the issue of difficult conversations in the classroom. Give it a listen!
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- We have collected some of our favorite teaching and learning resources. We have mailed these resources on small USB drives to contingent faculty who are teaching in the fall but these resources are available to everyone here.
- We produced the second episode to our podcast following the First Friday Roundtable on Friday October 7th on Creating Effective Power Point Presentations.
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