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Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning

Spring 2024 CITL Reading Group: America Calling: A Foreign Student In a Country of Possibility.

102 Fernald Hall 102 Fernald Hall, Orono

Six Fridays from 10-11am starting February 2nd. In-person participation strongly encouraged; hybrid can be accommodated. On March 19th from 6:00-8:00pm, the Fogler Library Salon Series will present “From Surviving to Thriving: Ensuring that We Support the Whole International Student” a conversation with Dr. Rajika Bhandari, author of the award-winning memoir, America Calling: A Foreign Student in a Country of […]

Engaging in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

102 Fernald Hall 102 Fernald Hall, Orono

In-person participation strongly encouraged; hybrid can be accommodated. Monday January 29th @ 9:00am - Orientation and Welcome *Optional working meetings will be held on alternative weeks. January 29th February 12th February 26th March 11th March 25th April 8th April 22nd May 6th  

Teaching Observation Partnership for Recently Hired Faculty (TOP)

In-person attendance strong encouraged; hybrid can be accommodated Monday January 29th @ 12:00pm - Orientation and Welcome January 29th February 12th February 26th March 11th *Spring Break – Class will determine if and when we meet* March 25th April 8th April 22nd May 6th *The goal of this program is to gain inspiration and ideas from […]

Strategies for Student Engagement Community of Practice

102 Fernald Hall 102 Fernald Hall, Orono

In-person participation strongly encouraged; hybrid can be accommodated. Alternate Tuesdays from 9:30 am -10:30 am starting on Jan 30th Changing technologies (e.g., AI), students (e.g., learning post-COVID) and demands for time (e.g., faculty workloads) make it more critical than ever to provide meaningful and substantive opportunities for engagement with students in your classes.   In this practice-based […]

Why & how to use mid-semester feedback to improve your teaching AND your SETs

Virtual  Collecting and using mid-semester feedback from students can result in both improved classroom experiences and end of semester SETs.  During this session we will: Discuss the benefits and potential pitfalls of using mid-semster surveys Evaluate different considerations for what data to collect  Review strategies for deployment For those interested, the last 30 minutes will […]

Event Series TTT: Teaching techniques for TAs

TTT: Teaching techniques for TAs

In-person Our TTT Orientation and Welcome Event will be held on Wednesday,  January 31st from 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm! Core meetings of the TTT will be held on Wednesdays from 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm from February 7th until April 17th. *Is this your first year as a teaching assistant UMaine?  Excited but nervous […]

Spring 2024 CITL Reading Group: America Calling: A Foreign Student In a Country of Possibility.

102 Fernald Hall 102 Fernald Hall, Orono

Six Fridays from 10-11am starting February 2nd. In-person participation strongly encouraged; hybrid can be accommodated. On March 19th from 6:00-8:00pm, the Fogler Library Salon Series will present “From Surviving to Thriving: Ensuring that We Support the Whole International Student” a conversation with Dr. Rajika Bhandari, author of the award-winning memoir, America Calling: A Foreign Student in a Country of […]

Racial Equity in Teaching Summer Retreat

Join us at an antiracist teaching and learning retreat during which we will engage in storytelling, dialogue, creative exercises, and more. Come and share strategies as well as tools for engaging conversations about where and how race impacts teaching and learning.  

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