Monthly seminars offer faculty and graduate teaching assistants the opportunity to explore teaching and learning issues.
This is a CETL brown-bag-luncheon series on the first Wednesday of each month.
This annual event is held each spring and provides an opportunity for instructional staff to reflect on practices and strategies that enhance student learning.
The course design studio will be comprised of daily workshops on research-supported best practices in course design, lunch, and then studio/consultation time. Participants will receive peer feedback from each other as they go. The goal is to make significant progress in designing or redesigning a course in one week. While each workshop can stand on its own and you may choose which ones to attend, it is recommended that participants attend every workshop in the studio for the greatest impact. The Drop-In Design Studio and Consultation Hours are formatted for faculty to come and go as they please. Registration is requested (but not required) to inform how many CETL consultants should be on site.
CETL will host an expanded Fall Teaching Kickoff this year, with three days of timely teaching enrichment seminars designed to help faculty before classes begin. Topics range from creating memorable lectures to balancing research, teaching, and life.
This bi-annual teaching retreat provides a relaxed setting with an opportunity for new Georgia Tech faculty to hear presentations about, to discuss with each other, and to reflect on effective teaching.
NFO: New Faculty Orientation
As of Fall 2013, NFO is now facilitated by the office of the Vice Provost, Graduate Education and Faculty Affairs. For more information, contact: Faculty Affairs.