Providing accessible teaching and learning during COVID19– a guide for CEU faculty

April 21, 2020

In view of COVID19 pandemic faculty and students had to adjust quickly to an online teaching and learning environment. This rapid transition has created additional barriers to accessibility of learning for all students and especially students with special needs. Accessibility issues need to be recognized and addressed by faculty when adjusting their teaching strategies to the new environment.

Going online with your teaching – a quick guide for CEU faculty

March 12, 2020

Due to the implications of COVID-19 and CEU's bi-campus operation, we offer here a few options to consider when adjusting your teaching to the online setting.

Intuitively your first steps may be about finding the most suitable tech-tool or app to be able to deliver your classes as usual. However, a few pedagogical decisions need to be taken before you jump into exploring technology. This guide is prepared by the CEU Center for Teaching and Learning and aims to help you make these decisions.

Ambrose leads interactive webinars on seven basic principles of learning in undergraduate and graduate education

March 12, 2020

Dr. Susan A. Ambrose, Senior Vice Chancellor for Educational Innovation, Professor of Education and History, Northeastern University, the US, will lead two interactive webinars for CEU faculty and for CEU doctoral students on How Learning Works: Seven Research-based Principles for Smart Teaching.

Dr. Katarina Mårtensson, Lund University, visits the CTL

February 7, 2020

Dr. Katarina Mårtensson, Senior Lecturer at the Division for Higher Education Development, Lund University, Sweden will visit the Center for Teaching and Learning in February, 2020.

CTL launches workshops on excellence in teaching in HE for external partners

January 29, 2020

A workshop on foundations in teaching in higher education was led by CTL's Dr. Misic and Dr. Rymarenko for early career faculty and instructors from ITMO University, St. Petersburg, Russia. Having the expertise in teaching and mentoring early career faculty, Misic and Rymarenko designed the workshop based on contemporary, research-based approaches to teaching and learning and grounded in experiential learning and collaborative inquiry.