What is CIRTL?

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This short video provides an overview of CIRTL and ways that you can participate in this professional development opportunity.

CIRTL Network

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CIRTL member institutions contribute to a cross-Network learning community and associated programs that allow all future faculty to draw on the diversity of the CIRTL Network.

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The Academic Job Search
Sept 12 and 19, 2018 (online worshop, two sessions)
In this interactive workshop, we seek to answer some of the most common questions asked by graduate students and postdoctoral scholars pursuing positions in higher education.

Understanding and Implementing Metacognition in the Classroom
Sept 26 and Oct 3, 2018 (online worshop, two sessions)
Metacognition, or thinking about one’s own thinking, is a critical active learning concept in the classroom. This two-part workshop facilitated by doctoral students at Columbia University will address the many roles metacognition assumes in a learning environment.

Addressing Implicit Bias in STEM
Starts Oct 1, 2018 (online workshop series)
Participants will explore the impact of implicit bias in various contexts rooted in current literature, share their experiences, and identify evidence-based strategies and resources to mitigate implicit bias.

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Featured CIRTL Courses

An Introduction to Evidence-Based Undergraduate STEM Teaching
Starts Oct 1, 2018 (MOOC)

Learn about STEM teaching at your own pace through online video modules and discussion boards in this 8-week MOOC developed by CIRTL Network faculty.

Planning Your Teaching-as-Research Project
Starts Oct 4, 2018 (online course)
This course will provide a mentored learning community for participants who wish to develop and plan a Teaching-as-Research project (to be carried out in 2019).