Collaborative Teaching and Learning Certificate
The Collaborative Teaching & Learning Certificate recognizes graduate students and postdocs who form an interdisciplinary cohort to discuss scholarship on teaching and learning and explore evidence-based pedagogical strategies over the course of a semester. This fall, our learning community will focus on inclusive teaching. Discussions will be tailored to the interests of participants, but we plan to explore the following: social justice, decolonizing the curriculum, antiracist teaching, culturally responsive teaching, and feminist pedagogy.
Certificate recipients will…
- Meet biweekly for one semester with a small cohort (8-12) and Kaneb Center staff
- Present or lead discussion on a pedagogical topic of their choosing
Time commitment—1.5 hours/week (This time estimate includes biweekly meetings and preparatory readings. Participants will also prepare to give a short presentation or lead discussion once over the course of the semester.)
Prerequisites—Participants must have at least one of the following:
- One semester of teaching/TA experience
- Attended the Foundations of Teaching workshop series
- Attended the Course Design Bootcamp
If you’re interested in joining the Fall 2021 Collaborative Teaching and Learning cohort, fill out this form no later than September 6.