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Trans* Inclusion in the Classroom: Addressing Students’ Preferred Pronouns

In April 2017, the Duke Graduate School, Duke’s Department of Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies, and the Duke Center for Instructional Technology (now Learning Innovation) co-sponsored a workshop on Transgender Inclusion in the Classroom.  The workshop offered …

In April 2017, the Duke Graduate School, Duke’s Department of Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies, and the Duke Center for Instructional Technology (now Learning Innovation) co-sponsored a workshop on Transgender Inclusion in the Classroom.  The workshop offered …

Learning Innovation invited instructors new to teaching at Duke to hear from experienced faculty as they shared their teaching tips, ideas and lessons learned. “What I Wish I Had Known About Teaching (at Duke)” included …

Are you looking for a way to increase classroom interaction and student engagement? Do you hope to implement high impact practices into your course or program curriculum? Do you want to explore active learning across academic …

In a day-to-day class, it can be difficult to think of new ways to get students out of their “comfort zone” to look at course topics or a discipline with new perspectives. The New York …

Are you an instructor looking for teaching strategies to create an engaging learning experience for your students?  Lok Chan, Bass online apprentice with the Center for Instructional Technology (CIT) explored ways to make online discussions …

Recently, I attended the Lilly Conference on Designing Effective Teaching in Asheville, NC.  Dr. Richard Straw, Professor of History at Redford University, demonstrated a PechaKucha and discuss how he uses them assignments in his class. …

The Center for Instructional Technology (CIT) partnered with the Duke University School of Nursing (DUSON) to redesign and implement a cross-cultural perspective to N502: Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, a graduate online course. The online …

“The biggest thing I’ve learned is that there are a lot of steps in the process of launching an online course, and there are a lot of parties involved in course design.” Meghan O’Neil, a …

CIT has authored a number of quick-reference guides to provide Duke faculty with resources on a range of teaching strategies. As the spring term begins, we hope you will review these short guides and will find them …

Planning to redesign your online or hybrid course? The Center for Instructional Technology (CIT) recently completed two redesign projects for the Duke School of Nursing: N580: Nurse as Scholar I and N502: Health Promotion and …