The creators of the CEETL Online Teaching Lab invite all faculty to join an upcoming course called “Teaching Through Transitions,” in preparation for our fall 2021 phased return to campus. This fully online, self-paced and asynchronous course offers resources, activities and discussions to help faculty prepare teaching mindsets for a transitional year, regardless of the learning mode they choose. Insights, lessons learned and useful strategies shared in this course have been gathered from the collective experience of our campus teaching community during this period of remote instruction.
In the Teaching through Transitions course, participants will:
- explore bichronous, hybrid and hyflex learning modes and how each one impacts teaching and learning;
- build on their new expertise in online learning to develop courses that can flex to meet the needs of the transitional year ahead;
- discuss the very real challenges flexible courses can create in terms of faculty and student workload and wellbeing;
- and consider solutions that use technology to engage students across learning modes, while gently redistributing the invisible emotional labor of teaching through transitions.
This course is offered as an open resource.
Stipends for faculty completion of CEETL course offerings were made possible through one-time emergency federal funding (CARES and HEERF) for COVID-19. This funding source has now concluded as of 4/25/22. CEETL courses remain available as open resources for the campus community, though stipends for completion will no longer be awarded.
Learn more and register for additional TTTT Certificate courses:
What is the Teaching New and Returning Students Course?
Promote inclusion, belonging, persistence and academic success for all of our new and newly returning students! The Teaching New & Newly Returning Students (TNRS) course offers resources, teaching strategies and collegial discussions to support the persistence and academic success of all students. The course is fully online, self-paced and asynchronous.
What is Online Teaching Squares?
Faculty participants join three other teaching colleagues to form a supportive, non-evaluative “teaching square,” to share inclusive teaching practices and learn from each other throughout the fall semester.