Graduate Certificate in College and University Teaching
Earn a Graduate Certificate in College and University Teaching from the ILC!
This certificate includes two courses:
- Fundamentals in Teaching (FIT1): Science of Learning
- Fundamentals in Teaching (FIT2): Course Design and Assessment
After successfully completing this two-part graduate course series, you will receive a digital badge and certificate from the Innovation in Learning Center.
In the future (Fall 2024), we anticipate this course will be available to academic personnel, such as post-docs, staff, faculty, and research faculty. Email the ILC and we will add your name to our list of interested persons.
We’ll explore teaching questions, such as:
- How do we learn? How do we know that we learned something?
- What are learner-centered instructional practices? How do I engage everyone to include all voices?
- What is the role of motivation in the college classroom?
- What is the difference between formative and summative assessments?
- What is my teaching philosophy?
You can expect:
- To practice teaching in a low-stakes environment
- To build your teaching toolkit with learner-centered and equitable teaching practices
- To work on your own and participate in in-person group discussions
- To be inspired to create well-designed lessons and courses (and sign up for FIT2!)
- To craft a research-informed teaching philosophy statement
Questions? Please email Dr. Lisa LaCross.
This course requires permission of the instructor and graduate school to participate. Please complete the interest form and we will be in touch.
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