2310 Seeing and Making, the required first-year studio for all undergraduate architecture and landscape architecture students is the gateway and foundation to those programs. Now it has been re-imagined from the ground up in collaboration with the Drake Institute for Teaching and Learning.
The Office of Service-Learning is seeking applications for their Community-Based & Service-Learning Course Development Grants for spring, 2022.
Grants of up to $4,000 are available to any Ohio State University instructor who wishes to develop or improve a service-learning course. This includes undergraduate or graduate level courses and regional campus courses. Courses can be delivered in-person, online, or a hybrid - whatever works best for you and your community partner.
The deadline for applications is Tuesday, Feb. 1 , 2022 ; more information and application links are available at the Office of Service-Learning website.
Ohio State has recently become a member of the CIRTL network, and membership is now FREE for all graduate students and post-docs who register with an OSU email address. Individual m embership in CIRTL provides...
In this resource, ASC Office of Distance Education Instructional Designer Jessica Henderson provides an overview of gameful learning, “a series of evidence-based psychological approaches to create a learning environment that supports a combination of students’ intrinsic motivators – those motivators that are self-determined, carry internal value for the individual, and lack the need for...
A Research and Implementation Grant award from the Drake Institute for Teaching and Learning supported a Dennis Learning Center and Center for Life Sciences Education team whose work was recently published in CBE-Life Sciences Education online.
Cuyahoga Community College has issued a call for proposals for its annual faculty colloquium. All full-time and adjunct faculty from two- and four-year Ohio colleges are invited to submit a proposal that aligns with this year’s theme: Critical Thinking: It’s Good for You. It’s Good for Me. Deans, program managers and other administrative staff are encouraged to co-present alongside a faculty lead. Proposals must be submitted by noon on Wednesday, Oct. 27.
STEAM Factory Racial Justice Pathways is an infrastructure that supports Ohio State faculty and staff to focus on a particular area of interest, learn about ways to address racial equity in that domain (drawing on the many resources Ohio State has to offer), design a manageable intervention or project, implement it, assess its impact and share knowledge with our community. RJP participants will take on these efforts together with one another as we build a community of practice here at Ohio State while connecting our efforts with Ohio Campus Compact and Campus Compact's Equity and Inclusion Credential program....
The Michael V. Drake Institute for Teaching and Learning is committed to providing support to instructors, departments, programs and colleges engaging in designing or redesigning courses for inclusion in the new General Education curriculum.
Staff at the Institute with expertise in Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice (DEIJ) pedagogies and inclusive teaching practices; curriculum and course design; and evidence-based instructional strategies are available for the following.
ONE-ON-ONE CONSULTATIONS: Professional instructional consultants are available to discuss all aspects of teaching, including course design, enhanced classroom techniques, course material development and documentation of teaching effectiveness.