In collaboration with the AU Core Curriculum and the University Library, CTRL invites American University faculty and staff to attend one or several of the CTRL Pedagogy-Driven Instructional Workshops, which take place during the third and fourth weeks of May.
The Center for Teaching, Research, and Learning (CTRL) is American University’s catalyst for inspiring, mentoring, and celebrating faculty in their roles as teachers and researchers.
To fulfill this mission, CTRL collaborates with the campus community to create opportunities for faculty to re-envision and strengthen their teaching and research practices, and to help prepare the next generation of college faculty.
- Pedagogy-Driven Instructional Workshops
- Session 1: Active Learning
- Session 10: Grading Strategies
- Session 11: Creating Active Classrooms
- Session 12: Community-Based Learning Faculty Institute
- Session 13: Challenges and Best Practices to Team-Teaching
- Session 14: Bringing Surveys into the Classroom
- Session 15: Metacognition and Reflection
- Session 16: Student Reflection
- Session 2: Curriculum Design
- Session 3: Self-Created Videos
- Session 4: Complex Problems 1
- Session 5: Luncheon
- Session 6: Complex Problems 2
- Session 7: Curriculum Design
- Session 8: Grading Strategies
- Session 9: Gradebook