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Please join us for our annual 3-day Fall Intensive educator's workshop series!

July 28, 2023

The Intensive will run from Wednesday, August 23rd-Friday, August 25th, 2023 from 8:30 a.m. MT-5:00 p.m. MT. *Coffee, tea and light snacks will be served during the morning in-person sessions.

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Nominations are now open for the Excellence in Teaching with Technology Award

Feb. 20, 2023

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Facilitating and assessing student engagement in the classroom

Jan. 23, 2023

Improving student engagement in the classroom is a common concern among faculty these days. At some point in the conversation, the mythic college student makes an appearance. That perfect student of the past was always on time, had always done the reading, answered every question with astounding complexity, and memorized...

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What does a teaching consultation involve?

May 18, 2022

We, at the Center for Teaching and Learning, are available for teaching consultations! Do you want feedback on a course you are developing? Do you have questions about an assignment you are designing or a syllabus you are planning for the spring semester? Have you thought about making your classes...

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Classroom management for learning

Feb. 7, 2022

What do we mean when we talk about Classroom Management? Classroom management refers to actions that an instructor takes to create and maintain a learning environment that is conducive to successful instruction. These actions include decisions about structure, organization, and course activities that support students by managing their expectations and...

CU Professor Nii Armah Sowah with students in Performance for Community Engagement

Bringing inclusive teaching practice to large lecture classes

Oct. 28, 2021

Over the last year, I have noticed that one of the most frequent questions in Center for Teaching & Learning workshops is, “How would you adapt this practice for use in a large class?” The suggestions in this post are focused on building communication channels such that one could get...