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UT CIRTL: F.U.E.L.

Facilitating Undergraduate Evidence-Based Learning


We would like to acknowledge our CIRTL F.U.E.L. participants from the 2021-2022 academic year. Those participants are:

Abigail Ireland Candice (Canna) Jones Daniel Murphy Emma Kelly
Alex Wetherington Caroline Velasquez Davis Carter Erin (Micki) Recchuiti
Alyssa Ward Christopher Starr Donnie Barnett Frank May
Amy R. Shipp CJ Leight E Atiya Hodges Haley Horbaly
Helle Skjetne Colinda K. Hunter Elise Phillips Hannah Thompson
Hope Johnson Angela L. Lewis LarMara Henderson Nicholas Smith
Jennifer Baily Michaela DiPillo Manu Rathore Poppy Krump
Jessica Nanzer Nadine Grambling Melanie Fulton Ryan Vichich
Justin Rose Natasha Ellis Michael Mugno Sandra M. Fortier
Symantha Gregorash Tyler Grambling Victoria Hull Shannon Cain

Overview

Are you a graduate student or postdoctoral fellow interested in learning more or enhancing your teaching? Join us for “Facilitating Undergraduate Evidence-Based Learning (FUEL)” professional development seminar in Spring 2022. 

This 6-module professional development seminar introduces participants to evidence-based teaching and learning practices.

Benefits

Graduate students and postdoctoral fellows can enjoy a number of benefits from participating in UT CIRTL FUEL:

  • Earn the internationally-recognized CIRTL Associate Certification, which can be included in a teaching portfolio or on a vitae
  • Develop knowledge about the most current teaching and learning research
  • Apply the following teaching and learning concepts of evidence-based teaching concepts: evidence-based teaching strategies, learning through diversity, teaching as research, and learning communities
  • Build a learning community with like-minded students from different disciplines to think about and discuss various topics related to teaching and learning

 


Schedule

The Spring 2022 CIRTL certified professional seminar will take place every Tuesday beginning February 1st and ending March 8th. The seminar will be delivered synchronously and asynchronously using Zoom and Canvas. Once registered, the facilitators will send you Canvas and Zoom details.

Module 1: Introduction to Teacher Identity

  • Tuesday, Feb. 1st, 5:15 pm – 7:15 pm

Module 2: Teaching Philosophy Statements

  • Tuesday, Feb. 8th, 5:15 pm – 7:15 pm

Module 3: Effective & Inclusive Course Design

  • Tuesday, Feb. 15th, 5:15 pm – 7:15 pm

Module 4: Evidence-based Teaching Strategies

  • Tuesday, Feb. 22nd, 5:15 pm – 7:15 pm

Module 5: Assessment

  • Tuesday, Mar. 1st, 5:15 pm – 7:15 pm

Module 6: Design Project Presentations

  • Tuesday, Mar. 8th, 5:15 pm – 7:15 pm

 

Registration

Please note that only the February 1st session will be listed in the workshop portal, but registering for that date means you are agreeing to attend all the following dates mentioned above. You can register for all six sessions on our workshop portal.

Summer 2022 Program

We also offer the same F.U.E.L. program in the summer! To see more details, please check out our Summer 2022 CITRL F.U.E.L. page.