Congratulatinons to the 2016 Fall Certificate in Teaching Skills recipientsFall 2017 Innovative Teaching Fellows: Katie Devany and Amy CooperBeccy Aldrich winner of 2016 Jim Korn AwardInclusive Teaching: Reinert Center's theme for 2016

Reinert Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning

Features of an Inclusive Syllabus
by Debie Lohe, Director, Reinert Center Creating an inclusive learning environment begins with the course syllabus. In spite of how packed with information our syllabi can be, they often exclude more than they include. Disciplinary jargon and institutional abbreviations, the unwritten academic “rules of the game” we assume all students understand, the tone used when […]
A Creative Teaching Tip that Doesn’t  Involve Reinventing the Wheel
by Elizabeth Gockel-Blessing, Associate Dean for Student and Academic Affairs, Associate Professor, Department of Biomedical Laboratory Science PROLOGUE: Setting the Stage For over 20 years, I taught a medical laboratory science course that contained an interactive case study unit.  The cases consist of a short introduction of the patient under investigation, the patient’s symptoms, and initial laboratory […]
Sustainability Pedagogy
by James Fortney, Instructional Developer, Reinert Center In August 2016, the Reinert Center co-sponsored a daylong workshop focused on sustainability in curriculum development and individual course design. A goal of the workshop was to find ways to empower students with the tools and knowledge they need to be leaders in a future characterized by rapid […]

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