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Teaching Experience Workshop

Register for the CALS 33rd Teaching Experience workshop

Registration for this event is now closed.

“Teaching to Support Student Learning”

sponsored by the CALS Committee in Support of Teaching and Learning

June 7 & 8, 2022, from 9 am to 4 pm
Room 423 ILR Conference Center, King Shaw Hall

Join us in this 2-day workshop as we explore how to help your students reach their full potential through all the challenges facing students today.  Register here.

This workshop will provide:

  • Information and resources to support your teaching
  • Practical examples and hands-on opportunities to implement student-centered teaching practices.
  • A chance to extend your teaching and learning network

Sessions include:

Teaching to support student health: The University perspective 

Amy Godert, Director, The Learning Strategies Center
Zebadiah Hall, Director, Cornell Student Disabilities Services
Abi Dubovi and Catherine Thrasher-Carroll, Skorton Center for Health Initiatives

Learning outcomes. After this session, participants should be able to:

  • identify some challenges to learning impacted by student health
  • devise strategies for working with those challenges
Let learning outcomes lead your teaching

Sarah Giroux, Department of Global Development
Marvin Pritts, SIPS, Horticulture Section

Learning outcome. After this session, participants should be able to:

  • use learning outcomes to evaluate your teaching and student learning
Thinking outside the assessment box

Kathleen Landy, Cornell Center for Teaching Innovation
Kerik Cox, SIPS, Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology Section
Tom Silva, SIPS, Plant Biology Section
Julie Ann Rummings, Cornell Center for Teaching Innovation

Learning outcome. After this session, participants should be able to:

  • develop a variety of different types of assessment that support student learning
Fostering Critical thinking

Christina Schmidt, CALS Office of Diversity and Inclusion
Mark Sarvary, Department of Neurobiology and Behavior

Learning outcome. After this session, participants should be able to:

  • define and develop critical thinking activities for their discipline

Snacks and lunch provided.

This workshop is offered at no cost to participants, thanks to support from the CALS Office of Academic Programs

Registration is now closed.

Register by filling out this survey

For more information, contact Sue Merkel at smm3 [at]