TLI Workshop Registration Workshop Descriptions (Summary)
Featured Workshop
Winter Mini-Term Series: Assessment in Online Consolidated Courses: Effective Ways to Approach the Process of Capturing Student Learning

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We realize that assessing online courses is different than assessing in-person courses, but what about courses that are 3 weeks long and online? Consider attending this session to learn more about effective ways to measure the learning taking place in your shortened online course. Strategies, approaches, and tips from experienced faculty and staff members will be shared.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
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Winter Mini-Term Series: Course Consolidation Strategies: How to Capture the Essential Components of Your Course and Deliver Them in a Shortened Time Period

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Tune in to listen to experienced faculty and knowledgeable staff members discuss strategies for reshaping a 16 week course into a 3 week course. Best practices, experiences, and lessons learned from others who have done this successfully will be shared.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
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Winter Mini-Term Series: Expect the Unexpected: Navigating Changes to Produce Innovative Results

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A lot of unexpected things can happen in a shorted online course, and there are many faculty members who have made the leap before you to recreate their course to fit into a condensed model. Come learn from these experienced faculty members about their challenges and how they overcame them related to rebuilding their course for mini-term this type of semester.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
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Winter Mini-Term Series: Experiential-Based Courses: How to Clarify, Collaborate, and Connect the Community to Your Online Classroom

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It can be a challenge to connect your classroom to the community in modern, effective, and impactful ways. Therefore, this session will feature tips and approaches that could help you decide how far to go in order to incorporate the community into your class, and how far you need to go in order to achieve the results you seek for your students. We will have experienced faculty members and staff on hand to provide you with insights for making this happen.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
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Winter Mini-Term Series: Group Project-Based Online Courses: How to Prep, Plan, and Persist Using Team Based Pedagogies

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Online courses offer unique opportunities for connecting students to one another in vibrant and modern ways. Knowing this, how do we ensure that our students learn together, and also have opportunities to work in groups, in order to educate one another throughout the shortened term? This session will provide you with opportunities to learn from experienced faculty members regarding how they successfully navigated group projects and discussions in their classes, and utilized software and tools to connect their student to one another along the way.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
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Winter Mini-Term Series: Individual, Self-Directed Learning and Traditional Assessment Based Courses: Efficient Strategies for Evolving from Lectures to Learning

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What does a traditional assessment focused online course look like in a shortened term? How do I ensure that my course is rigorous, yet “fun” for my students? How can I capture evidence of meeting course learning objectives without stressing students out with daily assessments and stressing myself out with mountains of grading? Attend this session to learn more about ways you can ensure that your course is rigorous, while also maximizing the time and space for your research and other needs.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
International Graduate Teaching Assistants’ Sense of Belonging

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Graduate teaching assistants including international GTAs play an important role in teaching introductory undergraduate classes. International students, might face unique challenges and barriers both as students and teachers based on cultural and other differences. In this session, we will identify several factors that impact international graduate teaching assistants’ sense of belonging on campus. Additionally, we will discuss how their sense of belonging impact their interactions and teaching experience in the classroom.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Assessment Methods and Techniques for SoTL

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This is the second in a series of workshops designed to support faculty who are seeking to develop and implement a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning project. Come share and learn assessment techniques to gauge the success of your chosen teaching methods, with like-minded faculty members and TLI staff. Sessions will be offered via Zoom. To receive all information related to the event in a timely manner, please register at least 24 hours prior. If you register within 24 hours of the workshop, please contact Wes Romeiser at wromeise@utk.edu.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Building My Networks and Engagement in Communities: What Connections Am I Growing and Why?

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Navigating your professional communities and academic networks can take a lot of work, especially if you’re a graduate student who is new to both of these spaces. In this event, we will explore the types of skills, which many graduate students already have, that help you navigate these professional spaces: managing up, identifying mentors, building support networks, and more. In addition to helping you understand and explore communities and networks, these skills can help you succeed in different career paths once you understand how they translate. By the end of this session, you will be able to identify the roles you plan in various communities, and how those roles relate to specific professional skills. In addition, you will be able to develop your own mentor network map, identify the skills you have that will help you develop your network, and build your confidence to do this work. Part of the series Imagining Post-PhD Career Possibilities: Advocating for your Professional Skills and Value. NOTE: This is a CIRTL Network event. To register, please use the following URL: https://www.cirtl.net/events/1096

Disrupting Bullying in Graduate School: Strategies and Interventions Part I

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Learn anti-bullying strategies and interventions to help promote safe learning spaces in this two-part workshop. Once considered child’s play, behaviors of academic bullying have emerged as hotbeds of conflict and hostility that often isolate, marginalize, and demean the target. While anyone can be a target of bully in academia, research revealed that graduate students are more susceptible because of their academic status. The physical and psychological consequences of academic bullying have the ability to obstruct learning engagement, exclude, discriminate, belittle, undermine professional development, and decrease work performance. This workshop will discuss graduate students’ lived experiences of bullying in the institutional culture. In an effort to move the needle forward, anti-bullying strategies and interventions will be presented to help promote safe learning spaces and social change within the academic structure. NOTE: This is a CIRTL Network event. To register, please use the following URL: https://www.cirtl.net/events/1052

Disrupting Bullying in Graduate School: Strategies and Interventions Part II

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Learn anti-bullying strategies and interventions to help promote safe learning spaces in this two-part workshop. Once considered child’s play, behaviors of academic bullying have emerged as hotbeds of conflict and hostility that often isolate, marginalize, and demean the target. While anyone can be a target of bully in academia, research revealed that graduate students are more susceptible because of their academic status. The physical and psychological consequences of academic bullying have the ability to obstruct learning engagement, exclude, discriminate, belittle, undermine professional development, and decrease work performance. This workshop will discuss graduate students’ lived experiences of bullying in the institutional culture. In an effort to move the needle forward, anti-bullying strategies and interventions will be presented to help promote safe learning spaces and social change within the academic structure. NOTE: This is a CIRTL Network event. To register, please use the following URL: https://www.cirtl.net/events/1052

Effective End of Term Assessment

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During this workshop, participants will learn techniques and strategies to examine and enhance the quality (validity and reliability) of their end-of-term assessment tasks, and to prepare students for success at final exams. Presenters will discuss how to use 'levels of cognitive complexity' to check for alignment between assessment tasks, outcomes, and activities. To receive all information related to workshop in a timely manner, please register for the event at least 24 hours prior. If you register within 24 hours of the workshop, please contact Wes Romeiser at wromeise@utk.edu.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Experiential Learning Designation Workshop

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In this workshop, participants will have an opportunity to learn about the Experiential Learning Designation process. Exemplars will be provided and there will be sufficient time for questions. To receive all information related to workshop in a timely manner, please register for the event at least 24 hours prior. If you register within 24 hours of the workshop, please contact Wes Romeiser at wromeise@utk.edu.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Faculty Roundtable: Difficult Conversations - Beyond the Classroom

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Teaching & Learning Innovation (TLI) and the Division of Faculty Affairs are hosting a series of online, faculty-focused conversations on topics of campus-wide interest, peer to peer education, and community building. In this, the first fall 2021 roundtable, participants will have an opportunity to think through and assess their interactions with students and others outside the classroom. We often discuss how to handle challenging conversations within a class, but what about in office hours, via email, or among colleagues? How best should we respond as individuals, and as a community? Come join the conversation with faculty co-hosts who study such social interactions. This roundtable will take place via Zoom. To receive all information related to the event in a timely manner, please register at least 24 hours prior. If you register within 24 hours of the workshop, please contact Wes Romeiser at wromeise@utk.edu.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Faculty Roundtable: Institutional Culture, Climate, and Being an Ally

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Teaching & Learning Innovation (TLI) and the Division of Faculty Affairs are hosting a series of online, faculty-focused conversations on topics of campus-wide interest, peer to peer education, and community building. In the first spring 2022 roundtable, participants will have an opportunity to inventory their sense of the university’s culture and climate, and to consider how to be an ally for those who do not feel included. This Roundtable will feature faculty co-hosts Emily Paskewitz, Patrick Grzanka, Shayla Nunnaly, and Jeannie Jones-Tennant. To receive all information related to workshop in a timely manner, please register for the event at least 24 hours prior. If you register within 24 hours of the workshop, please contact Wes Romeiser at wromeise@utk.edu.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Faculty Roundtable: Sustaining Momentum for a Research Agenda

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Teaching & Learning Innovation (TLI) and the Division of Faculty Affairs are hosting a series of online, faculty-focused conversations on topics of campus-wide interest, peer to peer education, and community building. In the second fall 2021 roundtable, participants will have an opportunity to discuss their experiences in guiding, sustaining, and reinventing research agendas with experienced faculty members from several different fields. This roundtable will take place via Zoom. To receive all information related to the event in a timely manner, please register at least 24 hours prior. If you register within 24 hours of the workshop, please contact Wes Romeiser at wromeise@utk.edu.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Faculty Roundtable: Tenure, Promotion and Work Transitions

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Teaching & Learning Innovation (TLI) and the Division of Faculty Affairs are hosting a series of online, faculty-focused conversations on topics of campus-wide interest, peer to peer education, and community building. In the final spring 2022 roundtable, those who are looking to advance along their career path (on or off the tenure track) will be able to talk to those who have played a role in career advancement processes during the same period, and make plans for how to move forward. This roundtable will feature faculty co-hosts Dr. Charles Noble, Dr. Bonnie Ownley, Dr. Michael Higdon, and Dr. Laurie Meschke. To receive all information related to workshop in a timely manner, please register for the event at least 24 hours prior. If you register within 24 hours of the workshop, please contact Wes Romeiser at wromeise@utk.edu.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Finding Publication Opportunities for SoTL

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This is the third in a series of workshops designed to support faculty who are seeking to develop and implement a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning project. Come share and learn about the wide array of venues for publishing SoTL articles, and how to prepare your SoTL study to address their requirements. There will also be an opportunity to try out search tools with like-minded faculty and TLI staff. Both sessions will be offered via Zoom. To receive all information related to the event in a timely manner, please register at least 24 hours prior. If you register within 24 hours of the workshop, please contact Wes Romeiser at wromeise@utk.edu.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Get Started on a SoTL Project

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This is the first in a series of workshops designed to support faculty who are seeking to develop and implement a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning project. Come share your interests in SoTL with like-minded faculty and TLI staff, and start making plans! Sessions will be offered via Zoom. To receive all information related to the event in a timely manner, please register at least 24 hours prior. If you register within 24 hours of the workshop, please contact Wes Romeiser at wromeise@utk.edu.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Getting Hired at a Community College: Tips and Strategies from Faculty on Hiring Panels

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Learn hiring tips from faculty that serve on or work closely with hiring committees at community colleges. How might the interview differ from that of a 4-year teaching or research university? What factors should you consider in preparing your application materials and teaching demonstration? What are some common do's and don'ts of seeking a job at a community college? Join us to learn the answer to these questions and more. NOTE: This is a CIRTL Network event. To register, please join the CIRTL Network at this URL: https://www.cirtl.net/users/sign_up/account and then register at the following URL: https://www.cirtl.net/events/1005

Graduate Skills and Competencies: What Have I Really Learned?

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Can you describe a time when you engaged in leadership activities or used creative thinking? You are developing skills that are beyond your disciplinary speciality during your graduate studies. We invite you to explore and reframe your skills to start uncovering career options that are recognized by a wide range of employers. By the end of this session, you will begin to recognize your strengths, articulate your graduate skills, and give evidence of your accomplishments. Part of the series Imagining Post-PhD Career Possibilities: Advocating for your Professional Skills and Value. NOTE: This is a CIRTL Network event. To register, please use the following URL: https://www.cirtl.net/events/1094

How CIRTL Impacted My Career: Experiences in Academia from Underrepresented Groups in STEM

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One of the CIRTL Core Ideas is Learning through Diversity, and this will be facilitated throughout academia when the diversity of faculty and staff in academia better matches the diversity of the population. Join us to hear how alumni from underrepresented groups reflect on the different challenges and rewards of being in positions at different kinds of institutions. Part of the series How CIRTL Impacted My Career: Alumni Reflections. NOTE: This is a CIRTL Network event. To register, please use the following URL: https://www.cirtl.net/events/1092

How CIRTL Impacted My Career: Hearing about Positions beyond Academia

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Are you considering a career outside of academia? Whether you’re considering work in a lab, in private industry, or elsewhere, non-academic career possibilities can build on the same skills you’ve developed in academia, like research, mentoring, and learning new concepts. Join us to hear CIRTL alumni reflect on how they came into their non-academic careers: what made them pursue this path; its benefits, stressors, and rewards; and how CIRTL shaped their interests, skills, and community. Part of the series How CIRTL Impacted My Career: Alumni Reflections. NOTE: This is a CIRTL Network event. To register, please use the following URL: https://www.cirtl.net/events/1093

How CIRTL Impacted My Career: Hearing from Academic and Research Staff

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Are you considering a non-faculty career in academia? Academic and research staff - the colleagues who staff centers for teaching and learning, who work in administration, and who support research programs - help sustain the teaching and research foundations of higher education. These careers can be valuable ways of supporting students, faculty, and other staff in academia. Join us to hear CIRTL alumni reflect on how they came into these positions: what made them pursue this career path; its benefits, stressors, and rewards; and how CIRTL shaped their interests, skills, and community. We’ll hear from staff at the University of Illinois Chicago, University of California, Los Angeles, and University of Wisconsin-Madison. Part of the series How CIRTL Impacted My Career: Alumni Reflections NOTE: This is a CIRTL Network event. To register, please use the following URL: https://www.cirtl.net/events/1090

How CIRTL Impacted My Career: Hearing from Teaching Faculty

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Are you considering a faculty career focused on teaching? These careers - whether at R1 institutions or primarily undergraduate institutions - can provide faculty with ample opportunities to develop and refine their teaching and course design skills, while also valuing research and service as important components of faculty work. Join us to hear CIRTL alumni reflect on how they came into these positions: what made them pursue this career path; its benefits, stressors, and rewards; and how CIRTL shaped their interests, skills, and community. Part of the series How CIRTL Impacted My Career: Alumni Reflections. NOTE: This is a CIRTL Network event. To register, please use the following URL: https://www.cirtl.net/events/1091

Human Subjects Considerations for SoTL - IRB Procedures

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Do you want to investigate systematically, for research purposes, how well your teaching and your students' learning are going? If so, this workshop is for you. HRPP Director Jennifer Engle will join us to discuss human subjects and IRB considerations specific to research that is intended to study our own teaching practices. We'll talk about the specific ways to address these in: your IRB application, your recruitment materials, and your informed consent/parent permission/student assent materials, as appropriate. We will also share examples and have opportunities for questions and answers. To receive all information related to workshop in a timely manner, please register for the event at least 24 hours prior. If you register within 24 hours of the workshop, please contact Wes Romeiser at wromeise@utk.edu.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Inclusive Assessment to Evaluate Student Learning

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Interested in developing more inclusive assessment that takes into consideration the varied backgrounds and experiences of your students? This workshop offers numerous strategies and approaches that will help you and your students better understand their learning at any given point. To receive all information related to workshop in a timely manner, please register for the event at least 24 hours prior. If you register within 24 hours of the workshop, please contact Wes Romeiser at wromeise@utk.edu.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Inclusive Teaching Certificate Reflect and Recap

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Open to all participants who have completed the Inclusive Teaching Certificate on Canvas This session provides an opportunity for participants to reflect and recap their learning experience for the Inclusive Teaching Certificate Program. Additionally, participants would be able to share the inclusive teaching strategies they have used in the Fall semester and how those teaching practices played out in their classroom. This session would provide an opportunity for faculty from different disciplines to learn from one another and support each other to advance inclusive teaching efforts.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Internship Roundtable

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In this session, a panel of experts will discuss the best practices in developing a partnership with external business and nonprofit partners. To receive all information related to workshop in a timely manner, please register for the event at least 24 hours prior. If you register within 24 hours of the workshop, please contact Wes Romeiser at wromeise@utk.edu.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Introduction to Online teaching Certification Seminar for Graduate Students

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The Online Learning & Academic Programs (OLAP) and Teaching and Learning Innovation (TLI) are pleased to offer the Introduction to Online teaching Certification Seminar for Graduate Students in Spring 2022. The Seminar is designed to introduce graduate students to online course design and pedagogy. This workshop is part of the Developing Future Faculty series, and participants will earn a certificate at the end of the seminar. This is a six-week course with four synchronous workshops in zoom (Wednesdays from 2: 30 -4:00). Students are expected to attend at least three of the four face-to-face workshops and complete all deliverables to earn the certificate of completion. Expect to commit spend 2 to 3 hrs of your time on weekly on activities. • Wednesday, March 2nd, 2022, from 2: 30 -4:00 • Wednesday, March 9th, 2022, from 2: 30 -4:00 • Wednesday, March 23rd, 2022, from 2: 30 -4:00 • Wednesday, April 6th, 2022, 2: 30 -4:00 Please Note: The same Zoom link will be used for each session

Introduction to Teaching at a Community College

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Have you ever considered a teaching career at a community college? This career can have a high impact on students beginning their higher education journey and often includes a strong community-focused work environment. The panel of faculty will discuss their experiences working in community colleges. The discussion will include equity and diversity at community colleges, panelists' career trajectories, what they appreciate most about working at community colleges, and common misconceptions about the career. Bring your questions and prepare to explore this wonderful career path. NOTE: This is a CIRTL Network event. To secure your spot, please join the CIRTL Network at this link: https://www.cirtl.net/users/sign_up/account and then register using the following URL: https://www.cirtl.net/events/1004

LinkedIn for Academics

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Explore specific strategies to boost your professional networking on LinkedIn. NOTE: This is a CIRTL Network event. To secure your spot, please join the CIRTL Network at this URL: https://www.cirtl.net/users/sign_up/account and then register on August 16th using the following URL: https://www.cirtl.net/events/1009

Mentoring and Advising Relationships: What Skills Am I Developing?

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Graduate students play a lot of roles - student, researcher, lab partner, co-author, mentor, advisee, mentee - and in each role you develop different interpersonal skills. In this event, we will break down the interpersonal skillset that graduate students develop: what these skills are, how they show up in the many roles that grad students play, and how they apply to different career paths you may be interested in pursuing. By the end of this session, you will be able to identify the roles you play as a graduate student and articulate the skills these roles enable you to develop in interpersonal communication, multicultural competence, and active listening. Part of the series Imagining Post-PhD Career Possibilities: Advocating for your Professional Skills and Value. NOTE: This is a CIRTL Network event. To register, please use the following URL: https://www.cirtl.net/events/1095

New Faculty Teaching Support Series: Positive Emotions for Your Classroom and for Yourself

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This series of workshops is designed to provide professional development and a community building experience for those who seek to implement a strengths based approach to their instruction.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
New Faculty Teaching Support Series: Supporting Challenging Students in the Classroom: Student Conduct, Bias Education and Referral, and Distressed Student Services

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In this workshop, representatives from UT's Student Conduct, Bias Education, and Distressed Student Services offices will present the services each of their units has to offer. Additionally, the panelists will share the types of student behavioral events that are most appropriate for each to handle. Participants will also have the opportunity to ask questions of the panelists.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
New Faculty Teaching Support Series: The Value of Open Education Resources

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In this session, Rachel Caldwell from UT libraries will explain what open educational resources are and the benefits associated with implementing these in your curriculum. This session will take place via Zoom. To receive all information related to the event in a timely manner, please register at least 24 hours prior. If you register within 24 hours of the workshop, please contact Wes Romeiser at wromeise@utk.edu.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
PERMA: Using the PERMA Model to Cultivate Success in the Classroom

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In this workshop, faculty will learn about the PERMA model and consider ways to integrate it into their class to increase student success.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Putting It All Together: How Do I Articulate and Implement a Career Development Plan?

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Once you know your interpersonal and professional skills, and have a sense of your career goals, what do you do with all that information? In this event, the fourth and final in this series on exploring different career paths, we will present tools and strategies that graduate students can use to fold this new knowledge into your professional development goals. In doing so, we will also revisit what we have learned in previous weeks in this series. By the end of this session, you will be able to develop strategies and utilize resources for incorporating the concepts of the previous weeks into a cogent, actionable career development plan. Part of the series Imagining Post-PhD Career Possibilities: Advocating for your Professional Skills and Value. NOTE: This is a CIRTL Network event. To register, please use the following URL: https://www.cirtl.net/events/1097

Research, Teaching, and Mentoring at Minority-Serving Institutions & Historically Black Colleges and Universities

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Hear faculty from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs) and Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) share their perspectives on being faculty at different types of institutions that serve diverse students populations. NOTE: This is a CIRTL Network event. To secure your spot, please join the CIRTL Network at this URL: https://www.cirtl.net/users/sign_up/account and then register on August 16th using the following URL: https://www.cirtl.net/events/1008

Spring UT CIRTL Seminar Series: Facilitating Undergraduate Evidenced-Based Learning

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This 6-module seminar prepares graduate students and postdoctoral fellows to effectively teach at the undergraduate-level. Modules will introduce participants to evidence-based teaching strategies, learning communities, teaching as research, and learning through diversity. Readings, reflections, and group discussions will support participants in the creation of lesson plans and teaching philosophy statements. Students are required to attend all 6-modules: February 1, 8, 15, 22, and March 1 and 8. Graduates will earn Associate-level Certification in the CIRTL network at the completion of this seminar. The seminar will be delivered synchronously and asynchronously using Zoom and Canvas. Once registered, the facilitators will send you Canvas and Zoom details. By registering, you are agreeing to participate in each session of the seminar series. Find more information on teaching.utk.edu/utcirtlfuel.

Summer 2021 Course Redesign Institute Reunion

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This session will highlight some of the outstanding course redesign projects from the Summer 2021 Course Redesign Institute cohort. Not only will participants have an opportunity to learn the ways their colleagues addressed concerns in their classes but they will also have an opportunity to ask questions about the upcoming 2022 Summer Course Redesign Institute. To receive all information related to workshop in a timely manner, please register for the event at least 24 hours prior. If you register within 24 hours of the workshop, please contact Wes Romeiser at wromeise@utk.edu.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Summer Course Redesign Institute Preview

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This session will highlight some of the outstanding course redesign projects from the Summer 2021 Course Redesign Institute cohort. Not only will participants have an opportunity to learn the ways their colleagues addressed concerns in their classes but they will also have an opportunity to ask questions about the upcoming 2022 Summer Course Redesign Institute. To receive all information related to workshop in a timely manner, please register for the event at least 24 hours prior. If you register within 24 hours of the workshop, please contact Wes Romeiser at wromeise@utk.edu.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Summer Mini-Term FUEL

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Description: This 6-module seminar prepares graduate students and postdoctoral fellows to effectively teach at the undergraduate-level. Modules will introduce participants to evidence-based teaching strategies, learning communities, teaching as research, and learning through diversity. Readings, reflections, and group discussions will support participants in the creation lesson plans and teaching philosophy statements. Graduates will earn Associate-level Certification in the CIRTL network.

Supporting International Faculty at UT

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Faculty plays an important role in teaching and learning. As international faculty, they could also face specific challenges and barriers in their teaching efforts. In this session, we will discuss challenges that international faculty could face while teaching on campus. Additionally, we will brainstorm ideas and strategies to support international faculty to achieve their teaching and professional excellence. To receive all information related to workshop in a timely manner, please register for the event at least 24 hours prior. If you register within 24 hours of the workshop, please contact Wes Romeiser at wromeise@utk.edu.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Supporting International Faculty with Teaching at UT

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Faculty plays an important role in teaching and learning. As international faculty, they could also face specific challenges and barriers in their teaching efforts. In this session, we will discuss challenges that international faculty could face while teaching on campus. Additionally, we will brainstorm ideas and strategies to support international faculty to achieve their teaching and professional excellence. To receive all information related to workshop in a timely manner, please register for the event at least 24 hours prior. If you register within 24 hours of the workshop, please contact Wes Romeiser at wromeise@utk.edu.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
TLI Course Redesign Institute Reunion Presentations

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This event will bring together institute participants from all 3 of TLI's institutes (2017, 2018, 2021). 2021 participants will be invited to give a presentation on their course from the fall.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Using Universal Design for Learning (UDL) to motivate and engage diverse learners

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Everyone learns differently. The college classroom is becoming more diverse with students bringing different learning preferences, needs, and backgrounds into the learning space. UDL is intended to motivate and engage students in the learning process based on scientific insights into how humans learn. By effectively incorporating UDL into your course design, you would be able to offer a more engaging learning experience for your students. In this session, we will 1. Describe major component of UDL 2. Identify teaching strategies infused by the UDL framework to motivate and engage diverse learners

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
UT CIRTL Celebration

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This event is a celebration of all that UT CIRTL has accomplished on our campus. It will bring together current and former participants as well as those that have supported this initiative. To receive all information related to workshop in a timely manner, please register for the event at least 24 hours prior. If you register within 24 hours of the workshop, please contact Wes Romeiser at wromeise@utk.edu.

UT CIRTL Seminar Series: Facilitating Undergraduate Evidenced-Based Learning

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This 6-module seminar prepares graduate students and postdoctoral fellows to effectively teach at the undergraduate-level. Modules will introduce participants to evidence-based teaching strategies, learning communities, teaching as research, and learning through diversity. Readings, reflections, and group discussions will support participants in the creation of lesson plans and teaching philosophy statements. Students are required to attend all 6-modules, 2-4 pm eastern: October 18, 25, and November 1, 8, 15, and 29. Graduates will earn Associate-level Certification in the CIRTL network at the completion of this seminar. This seminar is planned to be held in person and will use the Canvas LMS. Online participation may be necessary depending on enrollment. Once registered, the facilitators will send you Canvas and meeting location information. By registering, you are agreeing to participate in each session of the seminar series. Find more information on teaching.utk.edu/utcirtlfuel.

Vol is a Verb: Applications to Teaching in the College Classroom

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In this workshop, we will examine how the campus initiative, Vol is a Verb can be implemented in your classroom through evidence-based teaching practices. To receive all information related to workshop in a timely manner, please register for the event at least 24 hours prior. If you register within 24 hours of the workshop, please contact Wes Romeiser at wromeise@utk.edu.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Writing an Effective Teaching Philosophy Statement

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Draft a peer-reviewed statement that reflects your teaching beliefs and experiences in this interactive, two-part online workshop. Participants will work to draft and edit a teaching statement, which is often required for US academic job applications. We will discuss elements of teaching statements, evidence of effective teaching tailored for different academic jobs, and strategies to get started or polish existing teaching statements. Participants from all disciplines will become better equipped and prepared to communicate their teaching practice through this workshop's collaborative, peer-review process. NOTE: This is a CIRTL Network event. To register, please use the following URL: https://www.cirtl.net/events/1056

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.