​​​​​​​​​

Opportunities

Find out about opportunities for ongoing improvement in teaching and learning at the CSU.

Online Course: Teaching First-Generation College Students

Estela Zarate, Ph.D., and Rebecca Gutierrez Keeton, Ph.D., faculty in the department of educational leadership at Cal State Fullerton, have develo​ped an online professional development seminar focused on evidence-based strategies for teaching that draw on the strengths of first-generation college students. In 2019, 25 faculty from nine CSU campuses are participating in the seminar.

Related Resources:

Center for First-Generation Student​ Success, an initiative of NASPA and the Suder Foundation.
22 Tips for Teaching First-Generation College Students (PDF)

Professional Development: CSU Reading Apprenticeship

Reading Apprenticeship (RA) is an approach to disciplinary literacy that helps students become more active, engaged, social and reflective readers and learners. In 2019, 39 faculty from 10 CSU campuses are taking RA 101 or RA in College Writing online.

Learn More about RA

Related Resources:

CSU Webcast | 2018 webcast from CSUMB's Nelson Graff and Rebecca Kersnar
CSU Presentation | Reading and College Writing: Enhancing Academic Literacy (PDF)
WestEd's RA Framework

Upcoming Teaching & Learning Conferences

AAC&U Conferences
See Upcoming Events

The Academy of Inquiry Based Learning (AIBL) Workshops
See Upcoming AIBL Workshops

EduCause Conference | October 14-17, 2019, Chicago
Learn More About the Conference

Lilly Conference: Teaching for Active and Engaged Learning | February 27-29, 2020, San Diego
Call for Proposals

NCORE Conference | May 26-30, 2020, New York City
Learn About NCORE

POD Network Annual Conference | November 13-17, 2019
Register Here