Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Symposium Oct. 28 2016Inclusive Teaching: Reinert Center's theme for 2016The Notebook: The Reinert Center for Transformative Teaching & Learning's weekly web feature Follow the CTTL on Twitter

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Facilitating Diversity Discussions
by James Fortney, Instructional Developer, Reinert Center For me, inclusive teaching often begins with the selection of a text that engages diversity as a significant theme (e.g., Alvarez, Bauer, & Eger, 2015). By text, I mean anything from research studies to YouTube videos to service-learning sites. How I select a text depends on the goals […]
New Resource Guides
Two new resource guides have been posted to the Reinert Center website: Creating a Plan for Alternative Assessment of Teaching [LINK] Understanding Student Ratings in Teaching [LINK] If you want to talk with someone about either of these topics in your own classes, you may request a teaching consultation by completing this form [LINK]. If you have ideas for resource […]
Instructor Identity: Part I. Student Implicit Bias
by Gina Merys, Associate Director, Reinert Center As part of our year-long theme, Inclusive Teaching, we have been focusing on ways in which instructors can create equitable learning environments for all of their students. While we examine the variety of student needs and identities in our classrooms, it can be easy to forget that instructor […]

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