About the Workshops
Workshops in DCAL provide supportive environments in which participants can:
- Build skills
- Develop knowledge
- Discuss teaching topics with peers
- Consider the research in the field of teaching and learning
- Reflect on teaching philosophy and practice
- Practice techniques and strategies
Workshops topics range widely and vary term by term, and are aligned to support participants’ progress toward DCAL’s participant learning outcomes:
- Increasing awareness of the range of evidence-based teaching and learning practices.
- Integrating evidence-based practices into teaching philosophy and practice.
- Identifying factors that influence pedagogical choices.
- Effectively using learning spaces and instructional technologies to facilitate learning.
- Aligning learning goals, teaching strategies, activities, and assessments at course and/or curricular level.
- Implementing teaching strategies that foster inclusion and accessibility.
- An increased sense of belonging to a community of scholar-educators.
- Awareness of available resources and services to support teaching.
Workshops are facilitated by DCAL staff and/or campus partners, depending on the subject matter of the workshop. Workshops are typically 1-2 hours in length, and are open to all members of the Dartmouth scholar-educator community regardless of rank, school, discipline, or teaching ability.
View the current workshop schedule and register to attend an upcoming session!
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