Check out the Teaching Tidbits Workshops! This Fall CATE and our campus partner the Instructional Design and Media Production Studio offer workshops where you can explore many teaching strategies including generative AI in your classroom.
Check out the CATE Seminar Series, featuring research projects conducted by UIC instructors who are enhancing their teaching with research. Learn about classroom-based research and new teaching strategies and innovations.
The TRP is UIC's self-nominated, faculty-administered teaching award program. These instructors have a documented history of teaching excellence and have shown a long-term commitment to teaching at UIC.
It was great to see so many new and familiar faces join us during the CATE Open House event on August 16. We are excited to continue growing and building a community for teaching and learning at UIC and welcome you back to another great semester!
Inclusive Education Scholars Certificate Program is an exciting new professional learning program on inclusive teaching co-developed by CATE and the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Engagement and funded by the National Science Foundation.
Take a 2-minute survey on what you would like to see next to advance your teaching. You can also learn more about CATE's needs assessment results and how we are using that data to inform our resources and programming.
Teri McMurtry-Chubb, CATE Affiliate in Inclusive Pedagogy|Posted on April 03, 2023
Critical Race Theory has become a legislative scapegoat for the discussion of what versions of America we will teach and what versions we will resist. As educators, we must stay informed and assure students of an inclusive educational experience.
Erin Stapleton-Corcoran, CATE instructional designer|Posted on February 28, 2023
Educators are divided on whether they want to prohibit, reduce, or embrace AI generative tool usage in their classrooms. CATE offers some guidelines and tips to approach ChatGPT usage in your current classroom.
Dr. Tessa Andrews (University of Georgia) discusses how expert instructors think about, prepare and implement active learning in their generative classrooms versus how novices think about, prepare and implement active learning.
Learn more about CATE's priorities and the work we have done to support instructors in the past year. CATE endeavors to use a data-driven approach to inform the work that we do, and we strive to foster and model a culture of assessment at the center
Get inspired by recipients of the 2021-2022 Teaching Recognition Program Award! Watch video spotlights of the award winners to learn about their teaching philosophies and how they engage with their students at UIC.
Congratulations to our first cohort of UIC instructors who have been accepted into CATE's Action Research Scholars program: Yeow Siow, Lieke van Heumen, Charitianne Williams, Trischa Duke, Claudia Fernández, and Sajna Razi!
This four-webinar series offered by University of Northern Colorado’s Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning highlights equity-minded grading practices that support academic achievement and motivation for all students.