Teaching Institute: Collaboration Sessions

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Are you interested in collaborating with our learning designers on a project for your course? The CATT teaching transformation team can help to facilitate the collaborative process with you and your colleagues to develop your ideas.

Why collaborate on a course project?

Collaboration brings a renewed energy, engagement, and expertise to the classroom. This process encourages the development of new ideas to facilitate content alignment in the curriculum. One of our instructional designers can help you by working one-on-one or with a group of 2 to 6 people from your discipline or across disciplines to help you reach your collaborative goals.

How can we help?

Are you designing your course and looking for ways to assess student learning? Are you in the process of redesigning your current course and have an existing project you'd like to reimagine? Whether it is a student learning project for one course, multiple course sections or an interdisciplinary project, our learning designers can work with you and your fellow instructors on creating an effective assessment. 

We suggest the following steps to help you prepare for a meeting:

Interested in collaborating with our staff?

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