Presentation on theme: "III. Demonstrated skills in teaching and learning... Curriculum Vitae University of Wisconsin - Madison Madison, Wisconsin 53706 Your Name i)Ability to."— Presentation transcript:
III. Demonstrated skills in teaching and learning... Curriculum Vitae University of Wisconsin - Madison Madison, Wisconsin Your Name i)Ability to apply research skills to the improvement of student learning ii)Leadership in a learning community focused on teaching and learning iii)Awareness of how to promote successful learning with diverse student audiences iv)Knowledge and skills in teaching and learning, with experience in developing, implementing and evaluating new ways of teaching Network Exchange Program Obtain funding to present and conduct your disciplinary research and your teaching-as-research projects across a national network of universities. Apply for funding to develop, implement and evaluate your teaching-as-research ideas, at UW and throughout the CIRTL Network STEM Education Scholars Prepare for diverse teaching roles through a summer immersion experience for early faculty, postdocs, and senior graduate students Graduate Seminars University of Colorado Boulder, CO Howard University Washington, DC Michigan State University East Lansing, MI Texas A & M University College Station, TX Vanderbilt University Nashville, TN University of Wisconsin Madison, WI The CIRTL Café Build professional connections and collaborations through this online portal for the national CIRTL Network learning community Learning-through- Diversity in Action Learn from the successful learning-through-diversity practices implemented across the CIRTL Network. Contact: Delta Program (UWMadison) (608) Explore and develop your skills in teaching with graduate students, postdocs and faculty from diverse research universities across the nation Seed Grant Program The CIRTL Network: Your National Connection to Future Faculty DIVERSE by Design NATIONAL in Purpose
Texas A&M University Graduate Teaching Academy Fellows Program Texas A&M University has a longstanding record in improving learning and graduation rates for a diverse undergraduate population in STEM fields. Vanderbilt University The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Vanderbilt University is a private research university with a wide array of research in learning, including the Learning Sciences Institute, the VaNTH Engineering University of Colorado, Boulder The Teaching Institute on Graduate Education CU has long been a leader in preparing future faculty through its nationally recognized Graduate Teacher Program and Lead Graduate Teacher (LGT) Network. LGTs ensure University of Wisconsin-Madison Delta Program in Research, Teaching and Learning Delta is the prototype learning community of CIRTL, based on the CIRTL pillars of teaching-as-research, learning community, and learning-through-diversity. Michigan State University Future Academic Scholars in Teaching The FAST Fellowship Program is an interdisciplinary learning community helping graduate students to develop their skills in teaching, to better position themselves to compete for academic positions, and The Graduate Teaching Academy, a student-created learning community, envisions a world-class academy recognized for its enduring impact on the development of excellent college teachers in all academic disciplines. Research Center, the Center for Teaching, and the Center for Science Outreach. CIRTL-at-Vanderbilt is a learning community of these groups to improve STEM learning through future and current faculty. Howard University Preparing Future Faculty Howard University has a distinguished record of producing African American PhDs, and an ongoing commitment to learning- through-diversity by fostering a thriving and inclusive educational environment. Howard was a founding member of to meet the changing needs of diverse student populations in science and engineering. FAST is part of the PREP graduate professional development program at MSU. Preparing Future Faculty, a national movement designed to revolutionize the way faculty members are prepared for their careers. Opportunities within Delta include interdisciplinary graduate courses, intergenerational small-group programs, RoundTable dinners, teaching-as-research internships on and off campus, and training in research mentoring. a high quality of undergraduate teaching on the part of graduate instructors and provides a forum for the exchange of forefront ideas on teaching.