CTE Weekly - May 17, 2022
CTE Weekly - May 17, 2022
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CTE Weekly

May 17, 2022
Hi Friend of the CTE, 
As you browse this CTE Weekly, you can register for a summer reading club and use some resources for planning teaching improvement.

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Summer Reading Clubs

These are filling fast—sign up today!
Energize your teaching with a new book or journal article this summer! The CTE will supply the texts and facilitate discussions. Join your colleagues remotely, and engage in dialogue around teaching and learning topics. Each reading club is limited to 10 participants. Review the offerings and click "Register Now."
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Congratulations on Submitting Your Final Course Grades!

Now that you've wrapped up another academic year, reflect on your successes and plan for teaching improvement with these goodies.
  • Support for Interpreting Student Evaluations
    Student evaluations of teaching are one measure of what the University defines as high-quality teaching. For guidance when interpreting the results of your student evaluations, check out this literature summary by Benton & Cashin. See how students interpreted a course evaluation item about overall instructional effectiveness in this article from the Journal on Excellence in College Teaching.
  • Making Your Teaching More Transparent
    Making learning goals and the methods used to achieve them clear to students is key to their learning. Learn how to make your teaching more transparent with this Faculty Focus article that showcases a class activity based on the Transparency in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (TILT) project from Inside Higher Ed.
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