Programming

Workshops and events sponsored or led by the CTT

Fall 2017 Teaching Learning Symposium

Conducted by the Center for Transformative Teaching, view information from the fall 2017 symposium.

Fall 2018 Teaching Learning Symposium

Fall 2018 Teaching and Learning Symposium: Motivation, Engagement, Innovation, and Evidence

Fall 2019 Teaching Learning Symposium

Conducted by the Center for Transformative Teaching, view information from the fall 2019 symposium.

Fall 2020 Symposium Video Poster Presentations

The popular "speed sessions" where instructors share teaching strategies in short 5-minute presentations have been moved to an online poster presentation format for this fall's symposium.

Fall 2020 Teaching & Learning Symposium

Start by Trusting Students: Active Learning and Inclusive Pedagogies in Moments of Crisis

Fall 2021 Teaching and Learning Symposium

Alison Cook-Sather is Mary Katharine Woodworth Professor of Education at Bryn Mawr College and Director of the Teaching and Learning Institute at Bryn Mawr and Haverford Colleges. Dr. Cook-Sather has developed internationally recognized programs that position students as pedagogical consultants to prospective secondary teachers and to practicing college faculty members.

Fall 2021 Teaching and Learning Symposium

The symposium focused on co-creation and student success and featured keynote speaker, Alison Cook-Sather.

ICUR 2020

Seven students participated in ICUR for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's first year.

ICUR 2021

For the second year, UNL participated in the International Conference for Undergraduate Research with over three dozen students presenting via live stream or showcasing poster sessions.

Institute for Online Teaching

Institute for Online Teaching provides preparation and training, as well as a campus-wide faculty learning community, focused on online teaching.

Institute for Online Teaching Registration

Registration for IOT Summer 2022 is open.

International Conference for Undergraduate Research

The ICUR conference is open to all undergraduates students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln who wish to showcase a research project.

Learning Communities

Philosophies, strategies, and technologies involved in teaching & learning can all evolve over time. We love to share well-established findings through workshops, but sometimes a space to discuss and interrogate ideas without the pressure of needing to already have the answers can provide a fresh perspective on the challenges of teaching. Instructor learning communities provide an avenue to explore and discuss these timely topics.

Past Presentations

Browse past presentations given by students for the International Conference of Undergraduate Research.

Reflective Practitioner Program

The Reflective Practitioner Program seeks to encourage and recognize community building in teaching and learning at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

RPP Application

Register for the Reflective Practitioner Program conducted by the Center for Transformative Teaching.

RPP Program Details

The Reflective Practitioner Program seeks to encourage, recognize, and reward instructors at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Spring 2017 Teaching Learning Symposium

Conducted by the Center for Transformative Teaching, view information from the spring 2017 symposium.

Spring 2018 Teaching Learning Symposium

Spring 2018 Teaching and Learning Symposium: Motivation, Engagement, Innovation, and Evidence

Spring 2019 Teaching Learning Symposium

The symposia provides an opportunity to engage in conversations about teaching and learning and to network with others seeking to improve teaching at Nebraska.

Spring 2020 Teaching Learning Symposium

This symposium provides an opportunity to engage in conversations about teaching and learning, to hear from experts on emerging issues, and to network

Spring 2021 Symposium Video Poster Sessions

Instructors share teaching strategies in 5-minute presentations are in an online poster presentation format for this spring's symposium.

Spring 2021 Teaching and Learning Symposium

Keynote Bryan Dewsbury discussed the unassailable connection between inclusive teaching practices and education as a general practice of freedom.

STAR/OER Initiative

Successful Teaching with Affordable Resources (STAR) is a campus initiative to decrease the cost of student education.

Teaching & Learning Symposia

Teaching and Learning Symposiums are an opportunity to participate in teaching and learning conversations and to hear from experts on emerging issues.

Workshops

View current and past workshops conducted by the Center for Transformative Teaching.