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Recorded Webcasts

Teaching & Learning Innovation offers in-person and Zoom workshops each semester to assist faculty, staff and graduate students with teaching and learning needs. Some workshops have been recorded as webcasts for viewing after the workshop has taken place, which are featured below. You can find workshops offered by TLI on the workshop registration portal.


Culturally Responsive Teaching & Learning

Culturally Responsive Learning & Teaching (CRLT) involves checking for mastery of student learning outcomes in a way that takes into consideration learners’ cognitive, cultural, and interdisciplinary diversity. In this webcast, facilitators and participants explored the importance of CRLT and brainstorm strategies for implementing it in the classroom.

Diversi-Tea: Managing Incivility & Difficult Dialogues in Online & Traditional Classrooms

In this webcast of Diversi-Tea, participants discussed various strategies for facilitating controversial conversations in such a way that students feel heard and valued.

Diversi-Tea: Supporting Students of Color

In this webcast of Diversi-Tea, discussion focused on strategies and services that can support and meet the needs of students of color. A panel of individuals from Multicultural Student Life and Herbert College of Agriculture’s Student Life & Diversity Programs presented information about the needs of students of color and discussed strategies for supporting this student population at UT Knoxville.


Faculty Experiences with Service-Learning: Stories of Impact

Faculty and staff interested in implementing service-learning in their courses and/or applying for the service-learning (S) course designation should check out this webcast. Showcasing a wide variety of academic disciplines and the endless possibilities within the service-learning pedagogy, this webcast can help viewers consider the value of service-learning to students, community and their own practice. Faculty and staff can expect to walk away with insight and practical strategies to infuse service-learning into programs and courses.

Implicit Bias & Microaggressions

In this webcast, the facilitators defined implicit bias, as well as different types of micro-aggressions. They discussed examples and provide strategies for preventing and mitigating these issues in the classroom.

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