Striking the Right Tone in Written Feedback

CTE Faculty Fellow and UVA Law's Joe Fore shares several strategies to help instructors hit the right tone when giving students written feedback.

feedback, writing, faculty fellow

SoTL Scholar Spotlight: Upsorn Praphamontripong

The 2019-20 SoTL Scholar shares how she plans to continue sharing her findings with the SoTL community and using the knowledge and skills she gained to reflect on her teaching.

SoTL, research, teaching, student learning

Q&A: 2021-22 PhD Plus Intern Janet Lawler

Lawler shares more about why she decided to apply for the internship and what she hopes to get out of the experience.

graduate student, intern, teaching

7 Strategies to Help Students Adopt a Growth Mindset in Your Writing Course

CTE Faculty Fellow and UVA Law's Joe Fore shares ideas for helping students develop the right mindset, especially in writing-intensive courses.

student learning, writing, growth mindset, faculty fellow

Meet our CTE Faculty Fellows

Join us in welcoming our newest CTE Faculty Fellows: Marina Escámez Ballesta (Spanish), Joe Fore (Law), and Ann Reimers (Engineering).

CTE Faculty Fellow, teaching, learning

SoTL Scholar Spotlight: Elizabeth Hall

For our SoTL Scholar Spotlight series, we checked in with French Assistant Professor Elizabeth Hall. She joined the 2020-2021 cohort and shares what she has learned in the program as well as from her project.

SoTL, research, teaching, specifications grading, assessment

CTE Supports Eight Units Undertaking Curriculum (Re)Design

From the School of Data Science to the Department of Drama, the Center for Teaching Excellence is engaging in curriculum design work with eight different units across Grounds. We announce the next grant cohort and also speak with a 2020 recipient that is making great strides toward completing their curriculum redesign.

curriculum, collaboration, faculty, students

Loss, Burnout, and (Not) Moving On

CTE Assistant Director Lynn Mandeltort and UVA Engineering psychotherapist Liz Ramirez-Weaver discuss what the ambiguous loss of the last year looks like from the faculty and student perspectives, and what this means for (not) moving on in the classroom.

burnout, loss, pandemic, demoralization, teaching, students, faculty

Introducing CTE Faculty Fellow Kate Stephenson

The CTE is thrilled to welcome Kate Stephenson to our team! As a CTE Faculty Fellow, she will focus her efforts on supporting our community-engaged initiatives. Kate shares some of her hopes and plans for the next year.

CTE Faculty Fellow, community, teaching, learning

Graduate Student Teaching Consultants

The 2021-22 application period is now closed.


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