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The Teaching and Learning Center is pleased to announce the first Teaching and Learning Center grants initiative. This program offers support to doctoral and masters students at the CUNY Graduate Center as they develop, plan, implement,…[Read more]
<strong>Making Peer Review Work</strong>
Wednesday, 9/14 1-3pm Room 9207
Have you ever felt concerned about your ability to provide constructive feedback to every student? Are you interested in building your students’ capacity to critically read and engage with each others’ work? Are you interested in building classroom community and inc…[Read more]
September 23 10am-12pm and 1pm-5pm
Room 9204, CUNY Graduate Center</strong>
<em>co-sponsored by the <a href="http://infolit.commons.gc.cuny.edu/">Library Association of CUNY</a>, the Graduate Center’s <a href="http://tlc.commons.gc.cuny.edu">Teaching and Learning Center</a>, the <a h…[Read more]
Luke Waltzer started the topic Job Opportunity: College Assistant with GC ITP Program in the forum CUNY-Wide Composition and Rhetoric – Forum 3 months, 2 weeks ago
Title: College Assistant Position
Department: Interactive Technology and Pedagogy Certificate Program
Job Description: The GC's Interactive Technology and Pedagogy Certificate program is seeking a College Assistant to provide administrative and technical support to the program’s coordinator, Prof. Steve Brier. The job involves working c…[Read more]
Another Great Spring COMP/RHET Event at CUNY.
LuMing Mao of Miami U, Oxford, will be speaking on comparative rhetoric at Baruch next Th, 5/5 at 12:15p, lunch served. Hope some of you can join us.
Dr. Lisa Blankenship
Writing Program Director
Department of English
Baruch College,…[Read more]
Hosted by The City College of New York
Language and Literacy Graduate Student Organization:
The Institute for the Emergence of 21st Century Literacies
E-Merge 2016: Breaking Cycles
Saturday, May 7 2016
9am – 3:30pm
Author of Mina Shaughnessy: Her Life and Work
Professor of Basic Writing at Nassau Community…[Read more]
Join the Teaching and Learning Center and the Graduate Center’s Digital Fellows for a workshop on Social Writing, scheduled for Wednesday April 20, from 1-3 pm in room 9207 of the CUNY Graduate Center.
In this workshop we will discuss what it means to “write socially” in college classrooms. Practices of social writing are now more acces…[Read more]
The CUNY Graduate Center’s Teaching and Learning Center invites applications for Teaching and Learning Center Fellowships for the 2016-17 academic year. TLC Fellows support CUNY Graduate Center students who are teaching across CUNY by holding open office hours, developing workshops and other public programs, producing TLC Guides for the C…[Read more]
I will be leading a one-day intensive workshop for the CUNY Learning Disability project, to be held at Guttman Community College on April 1st from 10am – 1pm.
The workshop will explore how concepts of Neurodiversity and Universal Design for Learning can help instructors across the disciplines re-think their approaches to…[Read more]
Working with ELL/ESL Students, March 16th 1-3pm
MARCH 10, 2016
Please join the Teaching and Learning Center for our “Working with English Language Learners /English as a Second Language Students Workshop,” scheduled for Wednesday, March 16th, from 1-3pm in room C205 of the CUNY Graduate Center. In this workshop we will explore how the div…[Read more]
Funny you should post this query right now because we, at Kingsborough, have been talking about the possibility of creating a similar policy in our department for our Comp I and Comp II courses. There are a few other CUNY campuses that have something similar–each with its own individual spin. I know that Hunter, Brooklyn, and Medgar…[Read more]
In the QCC English dept. we are looking into changing the grading system for ENGL 101, our first semester writing course. With the lowering of the pass rate on the Regents exam, we have noticed a higher fail rate in our 101 courses over the last few years. We have started toying with the idea of moving to a pass (A through C) or…[Read more]
A quick note to say that we have just launched cuny.is/teaching, the home for the Graduate Center’s Teaching and Learning Center. I’ve also written a post describing how we have configured the site and how it will evolve as our programming picks up momentum in the coming months.
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