Introduction In most STEM subjects, problem sets (psets) are both a central learning tool and a key assessment method. When students grapple with the solution of challenging, well-posed problems, they […]
For most instructors, a conscious application of the Science of Learning (SoL) can significantly improve student learning in their classes.
Join TLL’s Peer Teaching Observation Initiative and further develop a culture of reflective teaching in your department. We are inviting departments to host a Peer Teaching Observation workshop to learn […]
On October 30, 2020, TLL held a panel event for English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) TAs. This event was conceived and hosted by Jingfan Yang, a Teaching Development Fellow, to introduce ESL TAs […]
The Teaching Development Fellowship (TDF) Network launched in January 2019 after Benjamin Hansberry, Ph.D., Assistant Director for Graduate Student Teaching, joined the Teaching + Learning Lab.