Center for Teaching & Learning

Center for Teaching & Learning

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The Center for Teaching & Learning (CTL) fosters a community of educators dedicated to supporting teaching and learning, a cornerstone of our university. Our goal is to transform our teachers and students in their educational practice, inspire innovative and evidence-based teaching, and create a culture of continuous improvement. Through the CTL, we strive to promote a diverse and inclusive community of educators and learners who serve as the hallmark of our student-centered campus.

The CTL is a hub for professional development on teaching and learning best practices for faculty, instructors and graduate students. As an education community of practice, the CTL enables best practices and innovative ideas to flow across the university.

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Facilitating Challenging Dialogues in the Classroom

With Misbah Hyder, Postdoctoral Fellow & Haley Dutmer, Graduate Associate, Kaneb Center for Teaching Excellence, University of Notre Dame In this workshop,...

4/3 12:30pm
Let’s talk about Student Success, Inclusivity, and Technology!

With ASSETT Student Technology Consultants The Center for Teaching and Learning and ASSETT is hosting a student panel where students and educators can...

4/3 1pm
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With CU Boulder's Learning Design Group, Continuing Education; Hosted by Karen Crouch, Arts & Sciences Support of Education Through Technology (ASSETT) and...

4/4 10am
Adobe Creative Cloud Working Group Meeting

This Working Group is the first step to forming either a Community of Inquiry or Community of Practice at CU Boulder that focuses on creative design software...

4/5 10am
Spring '23 CU Boulder AI Colloquium Series (Three Sessions)

Sponsored by the Boulder Faculty Assembly and the Office of Academic Affairs, hosted by the Center for Teaching and Learning Given the explosion of interest...

4/5 12pm

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