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Faculty Seminars and Working Sessions


Faculty sessions are:

  • Offered to the Cornell teaching community.
  • A means to foster discussion about key teaching and learning issues.
  • Led by faculty members from across the university who present topics from their teaching experience.
  • Led by CTI staff and campus collaborators who outline research-based best practices.


By participating in faculty sessions, faculty can work toward a Faculty Teaching Certificate.

Three certificates representing critical inquiry into teaching practices are available:

  • Teaching Scholar (TS) Certificate that focuses on exploring teaching practices.
  • Teaching with Technology (TwT) Certificate that focuses on the pedagogy of integrating technology tools in a course.
  • Community Engaged Learning and Teaching (CELT) Certificate that focuses on incorporating service learning and public engagement into a course. The CELT certificate requires participation in any two seminars.

Please note that there may be photographers from the Center for Teaching Innovation at this event. The photos may appear on the CTI website or on our Twitter page. Contact CornellCTI@cornell.edu if you do not wish to be photographed. Thank you.

Faculty Seminars and Working Sessions Schedule

 

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