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This fall the CIRTL Network's online programming includes 3 courses, 1 MOOC, 3 workshops, 1 peer-led learning community, and 1 future faculty teaching summit. Schedules will be online and announced by August 12. All our offerings except for the MOOC require advance registration during defined registration periods. Early bird registration for participants from CIRTL member institutions will open August 19; regular registration, open to participants regardless of their affiliation with CIRTL, opens on a staggered basis relative to when programming takes place. Subscribe to our newsletter for updates!
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Courses have live, real-time online sessions and require regular homework outside of those class meetings. Short courses typically meet weekly for one to two months, while full courses typically meet for two to three months. Registration is required; STEM grad students and postdocs from CIRTL institutions receive enrollment priority.
Diversity in the College Classroom (Full course)
Understand the theory behind how diversity affects learning and develop practical classroom strategies in this course designed for STEM/SBE grad students and postdocs. Cap: 30.
Equity in STEM for All Genders (Full course)
Analyze gender bias and collaboratively develop approaches to counter gender bias in STEM in this 9-week online course. Cap: 35.
Planning your Teaching-as-Research Project (Full course)
Plan and refine your own Teaching-as-Research project alongside a learning community of peers in this 10-week online course. Cap: 20.
CIRTL MOOCs take place on the EdX platform and use video-based modules, discussion boards, and peer-reviewed assignments to teach participants about different aspects of evidence-based STEM teaching over the course of 8 weeks. Registration is required; there is no cost to participate and no enrollment cap. For more information, visit the CIRTL MOOC website.
An Introduction to Evidence-Based Undergraduate STEM Teaching
Learn about STEM teaching at your own pace through online video modules and discussion boards in this 8-week MOOC developed by CIRTL Network faculty. No cap.
Workshops have live, real-time online sessions and require independent work outside of those meetings. Workshops can have one, two, or three online sessions (multi-session workshops typically have one session per week). Registration is required; STEM grad students and postdocs from CIRTL institutions receive enrollment priority.
Understanding and Addressing Bias in STEM Classes
Learn how implicit bias impacts learning in STEM classrooms and explore strategies to counter it in this two-part workshop. Cap: 40.
Using Qualitative Methods to Enrich Teaching and Learning
Get an introduction to qualitative research methods for classroom-based research in this two-part workshop. Cap: 25.
Writing a Teaching Philosophy Statement
Draft a peer-reviewed teaching philosophy statement that reflects your teaching beliefs and experiences in this two-part workshop. Cap: 40.
Learning communities have live, real-time online sessions and rely on participants completing related work outside of those meetings. Registration is required; STEM grad students and postdocs from CIRTL institutions receive enrollment priority. Communities may have prerequisites that participants must meet in order to take part, and they may have an additional application process to confirm participants meet those requirements.
Peer-led Teaching-as-Research Learning Community
Join this peer-led, online learning community to get support as you implement a teaching-as-research project and analyze your findings. Cap: 15.
Teaching summits have live, real-time online sessions. Registration is required; STEM grad students and postdocs from CIRTL institutions receive enrollment priority.
Future Faculty Teaching Summit
Connect with future faculty around the country in this unique, online summit and develop new ideas for your own teaching as well as a better understanding of what teaching careers look like at different institutions. Cap: 40.