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Faculty Workshop on Best Equitable Practices in Teaching: Transitioning to the “Post-Pandemic” Classroom

September 12, 2023 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm

Faculty Workshop on Best Equitable Practices in Teaching: Transitioning to the “Post-Pandemic” Classroom
Tuesday, September 12, 2023 | Hershey Hall, Room 158
9am – 4:30 pm followed by Reception
Sessions will feature faculty and student guest speakers

We are now in the midst of a transition to a “new normal” in what many refer to as the “post-pandemic classroom”. This year, CEILS has put together a series of workshops to help you support your students and yourself through the transition to the new learning environments of the current day. Topics Include:

  • Centering Community and Inclusivity in our Classrooms from Day 1
  • Addressing Pandemic Effects on Students’ Academic Progress & Learning 
  • Bite-sized Teaching Options that Support Learning and Your Wellness 
  • Time Saving Strategies For You and Your TAs 

Plus breakout sessions, reception, and resource sharing. View our agenda here: September 2023 Agenda

About the Faculty Workshop

This annual, all-day faculty workshop addresses select topics in science and math education. This workshop is appropriate for everyone—new or veteran teachers—interested in learning more about equitable teaching practices based on education research. We especially encourage instructors who either are relatively new to college teaching or who have instructional responsibilities in large enrollment gateway courses for science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) majors.

Topics include effective course design as well as student-centered teaching strategies that incorporate active learning and create equitable and inclusive classroom environments. Many of the instructional techniques focus on facilitating peer learning and other collaborative and group activities designed to support student success in large enrollment classes.

The format and emphasis of this day-long event has been modified from previous years, so even if you have participated in this workshop before, you might consider attending again and learning something new!




Hershey Hall 158