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Call for DTEI Graduate Fellows

Call for DTEI Graduate Fellows

The Division of Teaching Excellence and Innovation (DTEI), in collaboration with the Graduate Division, is pleased to announce a call for DTEI Graduate Fellows for Summer 2020. DTEI Graduate Fellows will work with faculty to develop high quality remote courses for the 2020-21 academic year. Fellows will receive training from […]

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Canvas Tips to Help Faculty Teach Remotely

Canvas Tips to Help Faculty Teach Remotely

The way we teach is changing before our very eyes. Remote learning has become a hot topic as the current global pandemic is forcing changes across all industries, including higher education. In order to create the best learning experiences for students, faculty must adapt their teaching styles and leverage available […]

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Students Name Dr. Donald Dabdub Professor of the Year

Students Name Dr. Donald Dabdub Professor of the Year

As the Associate Dean of the Division of Undergraduate Education and a well-respected professor within the Samueli School of Engineering, Doctor Donald Dabdub is used to receiving recognition for his work as a professor. However, there are certain accolades that hold a special place in Dr. Dabdub’s heart, such as […]

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Conversations on Teaching and Continuity During Unplanned Events and Emergencies

Conversations on Teaching and Continuity During Unplanned Events and Emergencies

Check out the Pedagogical Continuity page for updated information about guidances for increased online instruction. Please join the Division of Teaching Excellence and Innovation (DTEI) for conversations on how to continue teaching during unplanned events and emergencies. Topics we’ll be discussing include: Alternatives to holding class in person Maintaining communication […]

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Subscribe to the Future Leaders in Pedagogy Development (FLIP’D) Blog!

Subscribe to the Future Leaders in Pedagogy Development (FLIP’D) Blog!

In our Developing Teaching Excellence (University Studies 390X) course, participants explore recent primary research and best pedagogical practices. Part of the course includes a capstone project, where each participant generates teaching resources. After choosing a teaching-related topic, they write a short blog post. Each post synthesizes current relevant research, as […]

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Classroom Upgrades in Humanities Hall and Social Science Lab

Classroom Upgrades in Humanities Hall and Social Science Lab

Classrooms in Humanities Hall (HH) and Social Science Lab (SSL) received much needed improvements over summer to enhance the physical spaces and provide greater flexibility for instructors implementing active learning strategies. Key changes include: Interior upgrades for all 38 classrooms, including new LED light fixtures, paint, and chair rails New […]

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4 Essentials for Learning Space Redesign

4 Essentials for Learning Space Redesign

Mathew Williams, Principal Analyst with the Division of Teaching Excellence and Innovation, talks with Campus Technology Magazine about the ongoing research and assessment of the Anteater Learning Pavilion being carried out by the Division: “We are curious about the dynamics between the space itself, the decisions instructors make about how […]

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Introducing the Summer Teaching Apprenticeship Program (STAP)

Introducing the Summer Teaching Apprenticeship Program (STAP)

The Division of Teaching Excellence and Innovation (DTEI) in collaboration with Summer Session is coordinating a new program, the Summer Teaching Apprenticeship Program (STAP). This program will support graduate students and postdoctoral scholars as they teach a summer course as an instructor of record. This is a unique opportunity for […]

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