Each semester, the TLTC hosts a series of workshops on issues related to teaching and learning. All University of Maryland teachers and others interested in ideas and issues related to teaching and learning are invited to attend. Relevant materials and handouts are provided, and light refreshments are served.

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August 29, 2019
Diversity and Inclusion Workshop Series
The research is clear - students are more engaged and have better learning outcomes when they perceive your course’s climate to be inclusive, positive, and supportive. Come learn why it matters and... read more
September 04, 2019
“Think” is the 12th most used verb in the English language…what does “thinking” look like for you and your students? In this workshop, you will learn about and experience “thinking routines,” or... read more
September 10, 2019
In the event of an unanticipated change to the academic calendar or campus closure, instructors have a number of options and resources available to keep the learning on schedule. We will walk through... read more
September 19, 2019
The more students understand about the science of their own learning, the more effective they are. Unfortunately, many struggle because misconceptions about memory lead to poor study strategies,... read more
September 26, 2019
Diversity and Inclusion Workshop Series
Ensuring that each of your students is held to the same performance standards is certainly important, but equality does not establish equal access and opportunity. Come discuss the distinction and... read more
October 01, 2019
Are you ready to create video lectures? Are you flipping, blending or moving your course into an online format and are looking for some tips? Come to this workshop (which will be hosted once face-to-... read more
October 08, 2019
Diversity and Inclusion Workshop Series
Note: This event is intended for faculty, staff, and advanced graduate students at the University of Maryland. Do you say anything at all or just pretend like nothing happened? Do you ask students... read more
October 09, 2019
If you are applying for an academic position, or going up for promotion here at the University of Maryland, you will need a teaching philosophy statement as part of your portfolio. Whether you would... read more
October 16, 2019
A well-designed rubric can help your students understand assessment standards and help you evaluate student work in a transparent, consistent, and efficient way. However, creating strong rubrics is... read more
October 22, 2019
We can all agree that engaging our students as active participants in their own learning is a good thing, but figuring out how to do that can be daunting (especially in large courses). This won’t be... read more




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