The May 2019 Yale Summer Institute on Course (Re)Design at the Center for Teaching and Learning will help instructors:
- Examine principles of how people learn and apply them to teaching
- Identify assessment strategies to strengthen connections between student learning and course assignments
- Identify and refine components of classes that can be made more inclusive
- Identify strategic actions to strengthen the culture of teaching and learning at Yale
Dr. Jennifer Frederick, Executive Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning, and Dr. Nancy Niemi, Director of Faculty Teaching Initiatives, will lead the 2019 Summer Institute on Course (Re)Design with facilitators from the Yale community.
The Institute will take place from Tuesday, May 21 through Thursday, May 23. View the 2018 schedule with room assignments (for an idea of the time committment - the 2019 schedule will be announced in March 2019). The application for the 2019 SI will open in March 2019.
The Institute will take place in Sterling Memorial Library and the Center for Teaching and Learning (inside SML). The building is located at 301 York Street. The SML Lecture Hall is located near the Manuscripts and Archives department of SML, just beyond the Selin Courtyard. If you enter via the CTL entrance at 301 York Street, proceed down the main corridor toward the library and turn left. Follow that hall to its end. The Lecture Hall and Memorabilia Room will be on your left. We will have signs to help direct you. If you enter via the SML Nave on High Street, walk toward the circulation desk and turn right. Pass under the arch and proceed to the end of the hall. The Lecture Hall and Memorabilia Room will be on your left.
The nearest Yale parking garage/lot is located at 150 York Street, the Chapel-York garage. The daily rate until 6 p.m. is $10. See the map below to view the location of the garage in relation to the location of the CTL.
If you have any questions, please email Jennifer Frederick or Nancy Niemi. The application for the Summer Institute on Course (Re)Design is now closed.