The CTE office is closed, but our team is ready to support your pedagogical needs. You can reach us by email at email@example.com or phone at 434-982-2815. Other ways to get support are described below.
You can schedule 30-minute virtual consultations with a CTE faculty member to receive pedagogical support in transitioning courses from an in-person to a virtual format. Our team is available to meet with you over Zoom Monday through Friday, during most business hours. Any instructor—faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students—can request a consultation.
To help instructors reimagine assessment and student engagement as they shift to virtual instruction, the CTE is offering multiple webinars. Please click the links below to register, after which you will receive a confirmation email with the Zoom meeting details. We will also post recordings of the webinars here for those who cannot join us at the scheduled times.
Reimagining Assessment in an Online Environment
Friday, March 27 | 10 to 11 AM EST
- Monday, March 30 | 10 to 11 AM EST
Reimagining Student Engagement in an Online Environment
Friday, March 27 | 1 to 2 PM EST
- Monday, March 30 | 11 AM to 12 PM EST
Transitioning Community-Engaged Courses Online
To help instructors move their content online ahead of remote classes, the CTE offered several sessions focused on lecture- and discussion-based instructional methods, as well as a session on embodied and experiential learning. The sessions focused on helping instructors identify and use tools that match their pedagogical needs. Captioned recordings of the sessions are below.
- Teaching Continuity for Lecture-Based Courses
- Teaching Continuity for Discussion-Based Courses
- Conversation about Embodied and Experiential Learning in an Online Environment
CTE Programming and Events Statuses
To help ensure the health and safety of our community, the CTE has canceled or postponed many of our spring and summer programs and events. Rest assured, we are working hard to develop plans and strategies to continue to support your growth as an instructor and foster a vibrant teaching community.
The CTE is actively contributing to the University's centralized teaching continuity resources. Visit the site regularly for the most up-to-date information.