Drop-In Hours at T4LC
NEW – Drop-in hours with the T4LC staff are from 3:00-4:00pm each weekday, Monday through Friday. Any teaching for learning topic is most welcome!
Tea for Teaching
Student learning is enhanced when active learning activities are used in instruction. In this episode, Dr. Mondelli (Founding Director - Teaching for Learning Center) and her co-author Dr. Joe Bisz discuss this and more concepts in their new book The Educator’s Guide to Designing Games and Creative Active-Learning Exercises: The Allure of Play.
Inclusive Educators Podcast
Listen here to T4LC Associate Director, Flower Darby, as she discusses pre-semester planning on how to bring equity to the classroom with elements from her recently published book, The Norton Guide to Equity-Minded Teaching.
The Mindful Minute
T4LC Fellow, Dr. Rosalie Metro (Associate Teaching Professor - Learning, Teaching, & Curriculum), shares her thoughts on how to begin your classes with an element of mindfulness.
How to Create Active, Engaging, and Playful Learning Environments
T4LC Director, Dr. Victoria Mondelli, recently spoke on the Lecture Breakers podcast. In episode 141 of the Lecture Breakers podcast, Dr. Mondelli and Dr. Joe Bisz (co-authors of the recently released The Educator’s Guide to Designing Games and Creative Active-Learning Exercises: The Allure of Play.) discuss why active learning and play are so important in…
Online, In-Person, Hybrid? Yes
The opportunities and needs for technology-enabled learning in higher education have changed drastically over the past three years, as have students’ learning preferences. Done well, a learning-first and multimodal strategy can make possible new, more flexible, and more relevant learning opportunities to attract an increasingly diverse student population. Learn more on the EduCause site.
T4LC Double Book Launch Party
The Teaching for Learning Center celebrates the publication of two new books by members of our team: Tori Mondelli (The Educator's Guide to Designing Games and Creative Active-Learning Exercises: The Allure of Play) and Flower Darby (The Norton Guide to Equity-Minded Teaching). Brief remarks and book signing with the authors will begin at 5:15pm.
NEW! Inclusive Teaching Course
Are you committed to equity and inclusion in your teaching? Ready to take it to the next level? Apply to join our new Inclusive Teaching Course, February - April 2023.
Missouri S&T Innovation in Teaching and Learning Conference 2023
The Center for Advancing Faculty Excellence (CAFE) at Missouri S&T will be hosting the Second Annual Innovation in Teaching and Learning Conference, scheduled for March 16, 2023. [NOTE: ITLC replaces the former TLT conference] Keynote Speaker: Russell Carpenter, Ph.D. – Assistant Provost and Professor of English at Eastern Kentucky University This is a blended conference,…
FTTC Conference 2022
The Focus on Teaching and Technology Conference will be held virtually in 2022. This conference is an amazing opportunity for faculty, higher education administrators, and other staff involved in course and curriculum development or academic technology support to come together to share and learn collaboratively. More details available here: https://www.umsl.edu/services/ctl/fttc/