Morning Grind with the CLTR
Fall 2021 Morning Grind dates are:
In the Fall of 2021, the CLTR will once again host a series of our highly successful Morning Grinds! These will be held in the CLTR conference room in suite 101A Lathrop Hall, and simultaneously via Zoom. As usual, you can bring any topic or idea to the table, but in a twist this semester, Grinds will be themed:
[Re]Connecting: Reflections on the Return to In-Person Teaching
We hope to focus the conversation of this Morning Grind session on our return to in-person instruction. How are you and your students making the transition to fully in-person teaching? What are you observing? What is most challenging, and what are you finding that is working well?
- Tuesday, 21 September (8am)
- Friday, 8 October (8am)
What is Sticking for You?
The conversation of this Morning Grind session on ideas / practices that you learned during the pandemic - and are continuing. What are the “sticky” ideas that you are keeping? How have these ideas changed your teaching? Are there uses of technology that you’ve continued with the return to in-person instruction?
- Thursday, 21 October (8am)
- Wednesday, 3 November (8am)
Stay tuned for additional information about reading groups for Fall 2021.
We will also continue Colgate’s time honored Teaching Tables this semester. Tables represent more structured and moderated conversations around specific topics that are brought to the CLTR from you. If you have a teaching need, wish to explore a new technique, want to hear from a faculty panel on a specific topic, etc. just let us know. You propose the topic and perhaps suggested presenters and we do all the work to set things up. To suggest an idea please email email@example.com.
Teaching and Learning Workshops
Colleagues in the Learning and Applied Innovation (LAI) group in ITS will be facilitating a series of workshops to assist faculty with workshops to support remote teaching. A full list of sessions can be found on the workshop calendar page.
Task Force for Remote Learning (archive)
The Task Force for Remote Learning was charged with developing new ways to support faculty in remote instruction during the pandemic. Resources can still be found on the Task Force for Remote Learning website.