A supportive place to find workshops, resources, and assistance to better your teaching. With extensive experience in successful grant writing at all levels, Office of Teaching and Learning staff are available to work with you as part of your grant application team. Meeting space is available for your education-related initiatives. Our reach is broad, encompassing all subject areas and interdisciplinary approaches to education.
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JULY 8, 2022 | College Teaching Certificate | Initial Submission Deadline | Summer Semester Completion
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AUGUST 5, 2022 | College Teaching Certificate | Final Submission Deadline | Summer Semester Completion
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Find out who received the annual Innovation in Teaching and Inspiring Colleague awards.
College STAR (Supporting Transition Access and Retention: A UNC System Initiative Supporting Students with Learning Differences) is a grant-funded project that seeks to help campuses become more…
Learn how to make your course documents accessible.
Presenters: Dr. Lori Swinney and Lorna Olsen
Participants will be introduced to the three guiding principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and see examples applied to course design. Learn…
Kjersten Nelson, standing, teaches a variety of political science courses. She joined the NDSU faculty in 2009.
Kjersten Nelson remembers what it was like to be a freshman college student. It’s a…
Inspiring teacher Kelly Sassi is a professor of English and director of the Red River Valley Writing Project.
When Kelly Sassi teaches, she sees the experience as a two-way street.
Inspiring teacher Laura Thomas relies on hands-on experiences to keep students engaged and prepare them for career success.
Laura Thomas draws energy from students in the classroom. Their insightful…