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CRLT Winter Seminar Series: Registration Now Open
Registration is now open for CRLT's winter seminar series on teaching and learning. These programs offer U-M faculty, graduate students, and postdocs opportunities to gain new perspectives on teaching at Michigan, share ideas across disciplines, and improve their teaching skills. This semester, our offerings include:
- A series of faculty workshops on community engagement (co-sponsored by the Center for Engaged Academic Learning and the Ginsberg Center for Community Service and Learning)
- Workshops on inclusive teaching, including Implementing Inclusive Teaching Principles in Your Classroom, Supporting the Inclusion of Nontraditional Students, and a four-session seminar for graduate students and postdocs on Diversity and Inclusive Teaching
- A four-session community of practice for U-M instructors who are thinking about the interplay of gameful design principles and learning, co-sponsored by the Gameful Learning Lab.
- Sessions on core teaching skills, such as evaluating student writing and managing student teams
- Engineering focused workshops sponsored by CRLT in Engineering, including a CRLT Players sketch on supporting students with mental health challenges (with separate performances for faculty and for graduate students, IAs, and postdocs) and the annual Engineering Education Research Day Poster Fair
Full details about these programs and more can be found on our Upcoming Events list.
Many of these seminars help fulfill a requirement for the U-M Graduate Teacher Certificate or the GTC+Digital Media, programs developed by CRLT, Rackham, and the Institute for the Humanities to help U-M graduate students document their professional development as college-level instructors. Almost 500 Rackham students have completed the Graduate Teacher Certificate program to date. They report that the program has helped them become more confident teachers and prepared them well for a competitive academic job search.