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Teaching Center Update for Oct. 21, 2022

Nov. 10: Anti-Racist Pedagogy Workshop
Join us for the first of a two-part interactive workshop series that introduces and engages with the scholarship of anti-racist pedagogy.

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Teaching Center Update for Oct. 14, 2022

Updated Title IX Syllabus Statement
Pitt, in coordination with the Student Government Board, has updated its Title IX suggested syllabus statement.

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Teaching Center Update for Oct. 7, 2022

New Recorded Workshops Available
Three recorded workshops are now available for viewing:

  • Contemplative Pedagogy for Student Well-being
  • Ungrading and Alternative Grading Strategies Overview
  • Political Diversity in the Classroom (in the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion sub-folder

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Teaching Center Update for Sept. 30, 2022

Diversity in the Curriculum Award Applications
The Provost’s Award for Diversity in the Curriculum recognizes faculty who have taught a modified course or revised curricula to strengthen diversity, equity, and inclusion, resulting in changes of impact. Any full-time or part-time Pitt faculty member may apply by Nov. 11.

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ID Partners will meet Sept. 28, 2022.

Teaching Center Update for Sept. 23, 2022

ID Partners September Meeting
Join the ID (Instructional Design) Partners next Wednesday, Sept. 28, for a special guest presentation, "How Can Design Justice Inform Learning Design in Higher Education?"

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Teaching Center Update for Sept. 16, 2022

Three Ideas for Piloting Scaled Alternative Grading Methods
Alternative grading systems are designed to address questions about traditional criterion and give students more agency over the learning process.

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