The Teaching Resource Center is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for our 2015 Course Design Institute and the 2015 Teaching with Technology Summer Camp programs. Read More
UVa’s Annual Innovation in Pedagogy Summit brings together faculty, staff, and students from across UVa and the Commonwealth to engage in conversation about excellence in teaching and learning. For 2015, the Summit will be held on Wednesday, May 6 in Newcomb Hall, and record attendance is expected! Read More
To schedule any of these in-class feedback services, please submit your request online by Friday, January 30, 2015. Read More
UVa’s TEACHING + TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT PARTNERS (TTSP) PROGRAM is now accepting proposals for the 2015 – 2016 academic year. The application deadline is Friday, February 20, 2015. The application procedure as well as the request for proposals can be found on the TTSP website (http://tti.virginia.edu/ttsp/application.html). Read More
The deadline for submission of nominations for the 2014-2015 Graduate Teaching Awards is February 9, 2015. Read More
Center Associate Directors Michael Palmer and Dorothe Bach along with GSA Adriana Streifer received the 2014 Professional and Organizational Development (POD) Network Innovation Award. Read More
The TRC’s very own Michael Palmer (Associate Director), Dorothe Bach (Associate Director), and Adriana Steifer (Graduate Student Assistant) recently published “Measuring the Promise: A Learning-Focused Syllabus Rubric” within To Improve the Academy, the flagship peer-reviewed journal for educational development. Read More
The Teaching Resource Center (TRC) is now accepting applications for two semester-long reading roundtables. Faculty members, post-doctoral and graduate students are welcome to apply! As a participant you will receive one free copy of the text to read with the expectation that you will share your insights with your group.
This Fall, the Teaching Resource Center will be offering for the third time a professional development seminar for advanced graduate students on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. The UNST 8130 seminar is designed to help you think about teaching for the academic job market and to give you practical tools for jump-starting your teaching career as new faculty members. Read More
We are pleased to announce that the video recordings of the morning sessions are now available online. Please feel free to share this resource with your colleagues, especially those who may not have been able to attend the Summit this past May.