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Some of the topics we will discuss in the book group will include using self-regulated learning to open and close a course; for readings, lecture, meta-assignments; and incorporation into course design.

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Call for Applications: CITL graduate student diversity internship

This one-year graduate student diversity internship will focus on expanding the CITL’s instructional support services for diverse faculty and graduate students and deepen our understanding of the teaching of diversity-related topics.

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Team-Based Learning For Practice and Motivation

Dan Richert uses TBL to ensure students come prepared and collaborate during class in problem-solving exercises.

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