Why do you teach? How do you teach? How do you measure your effectiveness? Most academic job applications require applicants to address these questions in a Statement of Teaching Philosophy (SoTP). Developing a SoTP can help you clarify your goals as an educator and reflect on how you teach.
Just as racial inequities and disparities permeate society, these inequities also appear on campuses, in curricula, and in classrooms. By infusing our professional practice with actions in support of anti-racist ideals, we can, as educators, contribute to this race and equity work.
Have you ever wondered if your students were really “getting it” or been shocked with low exam grades when you thought all was well? This interactive workshop offers practical techniques to assess your students’ learning throughout each class and throughout the quarter.
Research shows that active learning in the classroom increases student learning and motivation, and it also plays a significant role in the retention of first-year college students. This interactive workshop highlights evidence-based strategies for promoting active learning and interaction.