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Charles Bailyn
Student Course Evaluations 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...

Andrew Houck
Retaining non-traditional students in STEM classrooms January 28, 2019

“The most important thing is to believe in your students. Once you believe that all students can succeed, and that it is worth your time to help them succeed, everything else...

The Poorvu family, from left: Jonathan Poorvu ’84, Alison Poorvu Jaffe ’81, William Poorvu ’56, and Lia Poorvu.
Advancing Innovative Pedagogy: Poorvu family endows Yale Center for Teaching and Learning November 19, 2018

A gift from William ’56 and Lia Poorvu and their children Alison Poorvu Jaffe ’81 and Jonathan Poorvu ’84 has created a permanent endowment for the Center for Teaching and...

a group of people stean in the CTL hallway
Learn more about Turnitin October 22, 2018

Yale will conduct a pilot evaluation of the software system Turnitin for use in courses across the University this academic year. Turnitin is a tool to help faculty and...

A person rests during Freshmen move-on on a statue in Old Campus at Yale
FSY and the Poorvu Center Work Together this Summer July 19, 2017

With flexible classrooms and tutoring resources located in one space, the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) and First-year Scholars at Yale (FSY) collaborated to host...

A group of 55 Yale faculty and staff members standing in the courtyard at the Hall of Graduate Studies
Reflecting on the Yale Summer Institute on Course (Re)Design July 12, 2017

More than 50 faculty members from 39 departments took place in the Yale Summer Institute on Course (Re)Design in May 2017. The three-day, workshop intensive institute...

Sanjana Singh sits near a microphone in the CTL studio with her laptop to test the audio.
Active Learning in the CTL Studio: Writing for Audio in the Age of Podcasts July 6, 2017

Have you ever wondered how Megan Chakrabarti, Jacob Goldstein, or Ira Glass develop the stories that they tell on National Public Radio? Do they step up to the microphone and...

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