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Call to Propose a Teaching Circle in Fall 2022

Michael Starenko—The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) is seeking RIT faculty and teaching staff (full-time and part-time, visiting, lecturer, academic support specialist, tenured, tenure-track, adjunct, etc.) who are interested in proposing a topic and facilitating a teaching circle in Fall semester 2022. A teaching circle is a small group of teachers who come together for at least one term to have robust discussions about a teaching and learning topic.

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Active Learning in Large Classes: A Teaching Circle Report

Jessamy Comer, Department of Psychology, CLA--In Fall 2021, several faculty members came together throughout the semester to discuss how we can facilitate more active learning in large (greater than 35 students) courses. In our initial discussion, we outlined four key areas of interest for the group’s attention:

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Join a Spring 2022 Teaching Circle

The Innovative Learning Institute is pleased to announce the following synchronous online or synchronous hybrid (conducted via Zoom and/or in-person) teaching circles for Spring Semester 2022.

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Call to Form a Teaching Circle in Spring 2022

Michael Starenko—The Innovative Learning Institute (ILI) is seeking RIT faculty and teaching staff (full-time and part-time, visiting, lecturer, academic support specialist, tenured, tenure-track, adjunct, etc.) who are interested in proposing a topic and facilitating a teaching circle in Spring semester 2022.

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Values Reflected in the Academic Technology Life Cycle

Graham Anthony--Over the past few years, RIT faculty have adopted new teaching tools and rapidly transitioned from one teaching mode to another. During this time, you may have attended a workshop or had a consultation with staff in the Innovative Learning Institute to learn how to use Zoom and Slack in your classrooms. You may have talked with our staff or student workers about myCourses discussion or quiz tools. The public-facing work that we do is important, but it is a small part of how we support the teaching work you do each day.

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