Successful Learning For All Students: Designing Universally Accessible Courses

Join this critically important seminar presented by CRTLE, the Student Access & Resource Center (formerly OSD), the Center for Distance Education (CDE), and one of our own UTA students to build awareness and understanding on promoting successful learning for all students. Learn the UTA procedures to accommodate students as per ADA compliance, as well as […]

Effective Assessments in Engineering

Learn effective ways to assess and measure student learning in engineering in online, hybrid and on campus courses. Click Here to RSVP

Teacher-Student Interactions and Class Management in On-Campus and Online Courses

Join this interactive session on how to effectively deal will a variety of student-teacher interaction issues and manage your on campus and online classes. Joining CRTLE in this session will be Dan Moore of the Office of Student Conduct and Officer Garry Douhitt of the UTA Police Department to offer guidance and procedures if situations […]

Graduate Student Conference on Effective Teaching

This interactive conference is designed specifically for all graduate students to learn, develop, and advance effective teaching skills in higher education. Topics will address both on campus and online teaching and provide opportunity for graduate students to interact, ask questions, and build community. The conference will take place via Microsoft Teams. Click Here to RSVP

Fall 2020 Speaker Series: Dr. Mays Imad on Trauma-Informed Pedagogy

Leveraging the Neuroscience of Now: Trauma-Informed Pedagogy in Turbulent Times To be able to help students, we need to first be able to recognize trauma in ourselves. In this seminar, we will consider the neuroscience of traumatic stress and its impact on student learning. Specifically, we will address the impact of the ongoing pandemic and […]

Breaking the Radio Silence: Engaging Students with Digital Learning

Join us we offer strategies and effective practices for reaching students and engaging them with a variety of digital tools. Presenters: Ann Cavallo, Center for Research on Teaching and Learning Excellence Andrew Clark, Center for Research on Teaching and Learning Excellence Melanie Mason, Department of Communication Peggy Semingson, Department of Curriculum and Instruction Nali Kim, […]

LinkedIn Learning Hands-On Workshop

Join us for an interactive workshop on adding LinkedIn Learning into your courses. Bring your syllabus and receive ideas from faculty using Linked Learning. Presenters: Nicole Sus, Higher Education Sr. Relationship Manager, LinkedIn Learning Dr. Timothy Ponce, Department of English Dr. Bonnie Boardman, Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering Ron Roberson, Sr. Info Systems […]

Hypothesis in Canvas

Join the Department of History on a Zoom webinar where they discuss Hypothesis in Canvas, a tool that enhances student interaction and engagement by allowing group annotations/discussion of either a website or uploaded pdf. Register Here

CRTLE Maverick Advantage Faculty Engagement (MAFE) Program Seminar

The Maverick Advantage Program at UTA encourages the development of marketable skills among students through experiential learning opportunities and distinguishes UTA students from their peers. Our CRTLE MAFE program engages faculty in integrating these meaningful, experiential learning activities into their courses. Discover how at this interactive seminar. RSVP below and the Teams link to join will be emailed. Also visit our […]

Inclusive Teaching Strategies Series: Session 1

As educators it is critically important to ensure we promote fair and equitable learning experiences for our UTA students. Join CRTLE as we openly address issues of diversity and equity in teaching and share inclusive teaching strategies in this series of sessions, with the first session to be especially timely and relevant in these turbulent […]

Collaboration Online: Lessons Learned From Using Teamwork in Online Courses

Collaboration in an online class is a challenge, but not impossible. Join faculty members from our Professional Learning Community (PLC) as we discuss what we have done and learned about how to get students to work together virtually. RSVP below and the Teams link to join will be emailed. RSVP can be found here.

Stranger (Semester) Things: The Sequel

Reflecting on the All Campus Movement to Online, Hybrid, and Socially Distanced F2F Course Delivery Modalities Fall 2020  In May 2020 we held an interactive session with faculty titled, Stranger (Semester) Things to reflect on the movement to all online course delivery due to Covid-19. Now join us for the sequel (!) led by CRTLE Faculty Fellows to […]

Test Item Analysis: Decoding the Process!

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On behalf of the College of Nursing and Health Innovation (CONHI), please join us as the CONHI Faculty Issues Committee and Faculty Development Subcommittee hosts this session on testing and assessment. This interactive workshop will provide the learner with the opportunity to access and interpret test-item analyses, assist in determining the validity of a test, […]

Microsoft Teams For Teaching

Microsoft Teams has new features and capabilities that make teaching more interactive, efficient, and overall more effective in promoting student learning in online and hybrid design courses. Join our OIT partners as they demonstrate these features in the seminar that best fits your schedule. RSVP at the link below and a Teams link to join […]

Research Enhancement Program (REP) Grant Information Sessions

Research Enhancement Program (REP) grants support faculty research and professional creative activity. The grant serves as seed funding for launching new research and serves as a foundation for future research and funding from external sources. CRTLE is co-sponsoring two information sessions with the co-chairs of the University Research Committee, Dr. Minerva Cordero and Dr. Paul […]

Microsoft Teams for Teaching

Microsoft Teams has new features and capabilities that make teaching more interactive, efficient, and overall more effective in promoting student learning in online and hybrid design courses. Join our OIT partners as they demonstrate these features in the seminar that best fits your schedule. RSVP at the link below and a Teams link to join […]

Engaging Students in Online Synchronous Class Meetings

Do you find students "mind-wander" during your synchronous class meetings? What techniques can you use to keep them engaged during your lecture? Join our session to learn more on how to maximize and maintain student engagement throughout your class meetings. CRTLE, CDE, and OIT are partnering together to present the different tools, techniques, and best […]

Research Enhancement Program (REP) Grant Information Sessions

Research Enhancement Program (REP) grants support faculty research and professional creative activity. The grant serves as seed funding for launching new research and serves as a foundation for future research and funding from external sources. CRTLE is co-sponsoring two information sessions with the co-chairs of the University Research Committee, Dr. Minerva Cordero and Dr. Paul […]

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