We offer one-off workshops/webinars, longer-term teaching and learning circles on selected topics, and the facilitation of teaching and learning communities.
Questions or Require a Reasonable Accommodation?
If you need help registering for events or require a reasonable accommodation to participate in CELT’s events or training programs, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For employees who may need a reasonable accommodation, you may find more information on the University Human Resources Disability Accommodation page. For graduate student assistants and undergraduate students, please contact Student Accessibility Services.
Review the list or calendar of CELT events below. You can also save important academic dates and deadlines with the Academic Teaching Calendar.
Webinar: Navigating Difficult Discussions in the ClassroomZoom
We will focus on building effective communication through dialogue and our experiences, discussing how to empower students when building ground rules (class norms), and exploring strategies for facilitating conversations, including the O.T.F.D. (Open The Front Door) and A.C.T.I.O.N. communication frameworks.
Webinar Series: Documenting Your Teaching, Session 2: Writing or Revising Your Teaching Philosophy StatementZoom
This interactive workshop will help guide you through the core areas (objectives, methods, evaluation) of writing or revising your teaching philosophy statement. The facilitator is Karen Menzel, Program Specialist III.
Webinar: Create an Inclusive Learning EnvironmentZoom
Explore ways to create a welcoming learning environment (no matter the course modality), brainstorm what we can do to build an inclusive environment, share campus resources and programs, and extend your learning about teaching inclusively.
Transition to Gradescope Bubble SheetsWebinar
Join the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) for an online workshop on transitioning to Gradescope Bubble Sheets. In this workshop, you will learn how to: digitally create ...Continue reading "Transition to Gradescope Bubble Sheets"
Webinar: Rewriting, Reclaiming, and Reorienting in Digital SpacesWebinar
Iowa State University's Writing and Communication Consultations and Academic Success Center – in partnership with ISU’s American Indian Studies Program, Game2Work, ISU Green Dot, Office of Multicultural Student Affairs, and ...Continue reading "Webinar: Rewriting, Reclaiming, and Reorienting in Digital Spaces"
Seminar: Team-Based Learning (TBL) Teaching and Learning Community2030 Morrill Hall 603 Morrill Rd, Ames, IA
This topic-based teaching and learning community meets throughout the academic year. We work as teams to optimize application exercises, readiness assurance tests, peer evaluation, and other aspects of course design, ...Continue reading "Seminar: Team-Based Learning (TBL) Teaching and Learning Community"
Series: Documenting Your Teaching, Workshop, Session 3: ABCs of Preparing Your Teaching Portfolio2030 Morrill Hall 603 Morrill Rd, Ames, IA
This in-person workshop, the third in a series or stand-alone, brings elements of effective teaching together so faculty can organize evidence of their teaching, analyze their effectiveness, and create their ...Continue reading "Series: Documenting Your Teaching, Workshop, Session 3: ABCs of Preparing Your Teaching Portfolio"
Gradescope User Panel: Assignments and Bubble SheetsWebinar
Are you currently using bubble sheets in your teaching? Do you have handwritten student homework submissions and would like to streamline your grading process? Come learn from our panel of ...Continue reading "Gradescope User Panel: Assignments and Bubble Sheets"
Top Hat Platform Training – 2 Day Event (Day 1)2030 Morrill Hall 603 Morrill Rd, Ames, IA
Whether you teach in-person, online, or hybrid, Top Hat can be used to engage with students and enhance their learning experiences. Some features include interactive slides, polls, quizzes, and discussion ...Continue reading "Top Hat Platform Training – 2 Day Event (Day 1)"
Seminar, Dynamic Lecturing: Strategies for More Engaged Learning with Dr. Todd ZakrajsekCampanile Room, Memorial Union 2229 Lincoln Way, Ames, IA
Research across higher education consistently demonstrates that lectures paired with active learning make a difference when it comes to improving student success. So let’s focus on how we can revitalize ...Continue reading "Seminar, Dynamic Lecturing: Strategies for More Engaged Learning with Dr. Todd Zakrajsek"