Workshops organized by the Center for Advancing Teaching and Learning Through Research (CATLR) provide a hands-on opportunity for faculty to delve into a specific topic, issue, or approach in teaching and learning. We offer distinct workshop series for faculty and graduate students. Led by one of your colleagues at CATLR, the events offer the opportunity to try out or work on an aspect of your course along with your colleagues both within and outside of your field. This interdisciplinary environment provides the opportunity to look at a variety of approaches to what is being discussed.
Workshops are interactive sessions, typically 90-minutes in length, facilitated by CATLR colleagues for Northeastern University instructors. In addition to our open workshop schedule, CATLR designs and facilitates workshops for departmental groups.
Contact Dr. Kathy Takayama (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested in discussing a customized workshop.
Upcoming Workshop Schedule
All workshops are single sessions. Registration is preferred. Click an event title to read more and to register for that session.
|Preparing Co-op Faculty Presentations that Engage the Audience, Part I||12/12/2016||11:45 AM - 1:15 PM||Co-op||
In this first workshop of a two-part series, Co-op faculty will explore multimedia design principles and active learning strategies that can be used to engage both professional conference audiences and students.
|Facilitating Online Courses: In-person Session||12/15/2016||1:00 PM - 4:00 PM||Online||
As a follow-up to our Online Course Design Orientation Program, this in-person session is appropriate for faculty who are new to online teaching, as well as experienced online instructors who want to enhance their practice.
|Preparing Co-op Faculty Presentations that Engage the Audience, Part II (REGISTRATION CLOSED)||12/16/2016||11:45 AM - 1:15 PM||Co-op||
In this second of two workshops, Co-op faculty will have the opportunity to share and receive feedback from their colleagues and learning scientists on a presentation in which they have incorporated strategies from the first workshop.