The CTL sponsors a range of programs that enable educators to make sustained inquiries into teaching and learning. These programs bring educators together from across campus in order to foster the exchange of ideas and practices. Unless otherwise noted, all CTL programs are open to all CU Boulder faculty, instructional staff, graduate students, and postdocs.
All CTL programming is currently occuring remotely.
This self-paced Canvas course includes a series of resources, reflection questions, and exercises designed to engage participants in creating equitable spaces for learning and development. The course is open to open to anyone interested, including graduate students, faculty, postdocs, and staff.
Read Ken Bains’s 2021 book Super Courses with the CTL this summer. We will discuss the text as well as ways we can apply this understanding in our own classrooms and lives. This book club is open to open to anyone interested, including graduate students, faculty, postdocs, and staff.
During the week of August 9-13, 2021, join the CTL for a week-long teaching conference for CU Boulder faculty, graduate students and teaching staff who would like to prepare for the fall semester with a focus on equity-minded practices.
The CTL's Fall Intensive is an annual workshop series designed to support instructors at the outset of the academic year. Workshops occur August 18-20 and are open to anyone interested, including graduate students, faculty, postdocs, and staff.
The Center for Teaching & Learning offers two certificates and one credential in college teaching and future faculty development for graduate students on the CU Boulder campus. These certificates are open to graduate students and postdocs.
During the academic year, the Inclusive Community of Practice (ICoP) provides a weekly meeting space and inclusivity network email list to share best practices and create new knowledge on topics related to diversity, inclusion, equity, social justice, and human interaction.
Through the Lead Graduate Student Fellowship program (Lead Network), the CTL supports discipline-specific teacher training activities in seven schools and colleges and in over 45 graduate programs on the Boulder campus.
CTL micro-credentials offer CU Boulder instructors opportunities to engage in sustained inquiry and skill-building around a teaching topic. Micro-credentials are open to tenured and tenure-track faculty, instructors of all levels, lecturers, postdoctoral scholars, graduate students, and teaching staff.
In May, the CTL offers a week-long engaged learning experience for CU Boulder faculty who would like to make small changes in their teaching and/or student learning assessment practices.