We experiment with pedagogy and technology
We build a community of writers and learners
We are the Poorvu Center
We support excellent teaching
We value research-based decisions
We encourage deep and independent learning
There is no substitute for individual discussion with a Poorvu Center staff member about one's teaching style, classroom goals, and interaction with students.
Students at Yale can take advantage of the Center's resources to excel in writing or any of their classes.
Yale is a leader in areas ranging from experimental teaching methods to leveraging technology for teaching and learning.
The Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning has partners within the University and throughout the world.
February 4, 2019
Charles Bailyn, the A. Bartlett Giamatti Professor of Astronomy, Astrophysics and Physics and Head of Benjamin Franklin College, will host a Teaching and Learning Lunch on Wednesday, February 6 at...
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The Summer Institutes on Scientific Teaching provide intensive training in undergraduate instruction for STEM faculty and future faculty at colleges and universities throughout the United States.