Tips on Teaching

Using This Summer to Transform Your Teaching and Learning

by Yang (Emily) Li, Graduate Assistant, Reinert Center Transformational learning is a reflection process to rethink life changes and events and gain new meaning out of our classroom, community and society (Alexander, 2007). For teachers who are designing courses for higher educational institutions, one transformational learning strategy is including multicultural reading material in classroom discussion.… Continue reading Using This Summer to Transform Your Teaching and Learning

From the Director, Inclusive Teaching

A Year on Inclusive Teaching: Closing Reflections

by Debie Lohe, Director, Reinert Center As the academic year comes to a close, the Reinert Center team is wrapping up a year-long focus on inclusive teaching.  Since August, we’ve hosted more than 10 events explicitly focused on different aspects of inclusive teaching, curated or created more than 40 web-based resources to promote inclusive teaching,… Continue reading A Year on Inclusive Teaching: Closing Reflections

Event Summaries

Congratulations Spring 2017 Certificate Recipients!

The Reinert Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning honored 27 Certificate in University Teaching Skills recipients and 13 Foundations Certificate in University Teaching Skills recipients at our spring ceremony on Friday, May 5, 2017 in the Pius Library Level 2 Gallery Adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Dr. Chad Huddleston, began the ceremony… Continue reading Congratulations Spring 2017 Certificate Recipients!

Tips on Teaching

Teaching on/and Sexual Violence

by James Fortney, Instructional Developer, Reinert Center From March to November 2017, the freestanding blog “Conditionally Accepted” will feature a series of weekly posts about sexual violence and higher education. Published first on the Inside Higher Ed website, authors are invited to contribute intersectional perspectives and personal accounts of sexual violence across institutional contexts (e.g.,… Continue reading Teaching on/and Sexual Violence