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Teaching Squares

This program gives faculty an opportunity to gain new insight into their teaching through a non-evaluative process of reciprocal classroom observation and self-reflection. Email Alicia.Russell@tufts.edu for more information.

Medford Book Group

Please join us for the Medford Book Group on November 3rd, 12pm-1:30pm. We will provide the book and lunch!

Fall Mid-term Feedback 2017

Join us for CELT’s Mid-term Feedback Program from October 12th to the 24th. This program provides faculty with student feedback to allow them to make timely adjustments in courses during the semester. Spaces are limited so apply today .

Upcoming Events and Programs

Programs

Mid-Term Feedback: This program, held October 12-24th, provides faculty with student feedback to allow them to make timely adjustments to their courses during the semester. Please apply today to participate.

Fall Workshops:
Thinking About Student Thinking in the Classroom, October 19th, 1pm-3pm. Professor Patrick McGhee, University of Bolton.

Small Teaching: Everyday Lessons from the Science of Learning, December 12th, 9:30am-11:30am. Professor James Lang, Assumption College.

Building a Culture of Academic Integrity: The Role of the Students and Faculty, December 12th 12:30pm-2:30pm. Professor James Lang, Assumption College.

Book Group: The Medford Book Group will be on November 3rd, from 12-1:30. Come enjoy a lite lunch and deep conversation.


 Resources for Learning and Teaching

CELT’s Lending Library houses 400 books and 15 Kindles, all available for borrowing.

Teaching@tufts is a collaborative effect between CELT and ETS, capturing faculty examples to share with others and blog posts on aspect of teaching and learning.

Tufts Campus Only: Access to the Journal on Excellence in College Teaching

Faculty – Sign up for Free Newsletters about Higher Ed Teaching Strategies

Subscribe to our CELT Newsletter


CELT’s Participation in the HHMI Award

CELT Director Donna Qualters and Board Member Roger Tobin of the Physics are part of a group awarded an HHMI Grant. View the article