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Alternatives to Traditional Exams for Online Learning

June 25, 2020 | Emily Wasserman

Resources for Teaching

With the outbreak of COVID-19, many instructors shifted from face-to-face instruction to online teaching. Given this situation, instructors must consider alternatives to traditional exams, writes Lucinda Parmer, associate professor in the John Massey School of Business teaching in the Management and Marketing Department at Southeastern Oklahoma State University, in a recent blog post on The Scholarly […]

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Innovative Teaching During COVID-19 Series: Martha Hasting

June 24, 2020 | Emily Wasserman

Teaching at WashU

The Center for Teaching and Learning is highlighting innovative work done by faculty at Washington University in St. Louis during the Spring 2020 semester at the height of the coronavirus pandemic as part of a new web series. Our latest Q&A features Martha Hasting, Senior Lecturer in Electrical & Systems Engineering in the McKelvey School […]

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Request for Video Recording in Seigle Hall

June 15, 2020 | Emily Wasserman

Announcements /

Please use this form to sign up for a time and day in a Seigle Hall classroom to record a lecture. Liz Peterson from The Center for Teaching and Learning will contact you to let you know which room you have been placed in and to ask specific questions about your teaching needs. Also, a […]

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Chronicle of Higher Education

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Preparing for Remote Teaching in COVID-19: The Chronicle

June 11, 2020 | Emily Wasserman

“I need to become a better online teacher. Fortunately, I have a fair bit of practice in teaching people new things. So I’ve created a summer syllabus for myself. I share it here in hopes that it may help other faculty members sharpen their online-teaching skills and prepare for September,” writes Sarah Rose Cavanagh, associate professor […]

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Innovative Teaching During COVID-19 Series: Howard Granok

June 9, 2020 | Emily Wasserman

Teaching at WashU

The Center for Teaching and Learning is highlighting innovative work done by faculty at Washington University in St. Louis during the Spring 2020 semester at the height of the coronavirus pandemic as part of a new web series. Our latest Q&A features Howard Granok, PhD, Adjunct Instructor in Biology in University College. How did you change your […]

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Chronicle of Higher Education

An Explainer on Trauma-Informed Teaching: The Chronicle of Higher Education

June 4, 2020 | Emily Wasserman

In a recent newsletter from The Chronicle of Higher Education, reporter Beth McMurtie outlines some of the challenges of trauma-informed teaching and offers advice about how to address them. McMurtie spoke to Mays Imad, a professor of genetics, biotechnology, and bioethics at Pima Community College, as well as other teaching experts for the article. “If you […]

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Innovative Teaching During COVID-19 Series: Stacy Smallfield

May 27, 2020 | Emily Wasserman

Teaching at WashU

The Center for Teaching and Learning is highlighting innovative work done by faculty at Washington University in St. Louis during the Spring 2020 semester at the height of the coronavirus pandemic as part of a new web series. Our latest Q&A features Stacy Smallfield, OTD, OTR/L, BCG, FAOTA, Associate Professor of Occupational Therapy and Medicine and […]

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8th Annual Center for Teaching and Learning Graduate Student and Postdoc Recognition Reception

May 21, 2020 | Emily Wasserman

The Center for Teaching and Learning unfortunately was unable to host its 8th Annual Graduate Student and Postdoc Recognition Reception on April 30, 2020 due to restrictions associated with the coronavirus pandemic. However, the center is still honoring students and postdocs by distributing certificates and featuring their accomplishments on our website. The event recognizes students […]

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