Learning Community Post

By on September 4, 2018

CIRTL @ UTA Writing Teaching Philosophy Statement Learning Community Meeting Today Want to learn how to write a winning Teaching Philosophy Statement? If so, please join our CIRTL-UTA Writing Teaching Philosophy Statement Learning Community meeting today at LS 128 at 12:00 pm. We will be using The CIRTL Network’s guidelines in developing and reviewing our […]

Writing a Teaching Philosophy Statement

By on December 13, 2016

Writing a Teaching Philosophy Statement This Thursday, December 15th, will be the second part of the two part work shop regarding writing teaching philosophy statements. The first part of the workshop, we gathered to view the workshop, however, this time we will watch the workshop individually. Once you finish writing your teaching philosophy statement, please […]

Developing Effective Learning Communities – First Session

By on October 17, 2016

Developing Effective Learning Communities – Introduction On the 13th of October, we joined CIRTL central for a group viewing of the workshop “Developing Effective Learning Communities”. We were introduced to some of the different aspects of a learning community such as what is a learning community, what isn’t a learning community, examples of a learning […]

Teaching as Research Project – IRB Approval Process

By on October 17, 2016

Getting Started with TAR Projects – IRB Approval On the 12th of October, we discussed the importance of the IRB process. We did a walk through of the typical IRB process application online. We walked through some of the typical forms that need to be filled out and submitted. There are some challenges when it […]

Learning Community Workshop

By on October 5, 2016

Learning Community Workshop Series We will be having two workshop events on campus this semester regarding the Development of an Effective Learning Community. We will be viewing the online session together as a group and discussing various points of the conversation. The online series pertains to the development of Effective Learning Communities. Some of the […]

LC Event – Studying Student Problem Solving

By on October 5, 2016

Learning Community Event – Studying Student Problem Solving Norbert Pienta, University of Georgia Professor and Editor of the Journal of Chemical Education will be discussing teaching and learning at the seminar sponsored by the UT Arlington Department of Chemistry. The title of the talk is “Studying Student Problem Solving in General and Organic Chemistry”. This […]

Teaching as Research Project – Resources

By on September 28, 2016

September 28: TAR Resources In this session, we talked about the different resources available. Creating a Teaching as research project could be overwhelming, however, in reality that isn’t the case. We shared some resources such as outlines and guide lines (here and here). Additionally, we took a look at the CIRTL Network webpage, which provides […]

Teaching as Research – Capstone Series Presentations

By on September 24, 2016

Teaching as Research – Capstone Presentations Curious about what TAR projects are like?  Join the CIRTL Network webinar where students from across the nation will present their TAR projects. This semester there will be two presentations, on October 3rd (4-5PM) and November 14th (3-4:30PM). On the day of the presentations, visit the CIRTL Network event page. […]

Teaching as Research Project – Getting Started

By on September 16, 2016

September 16: Introduction to TAR In this session, we had conversations regarding what CIRTL is and how we all benefit from participation. We also talked about what a TAR project is and how it can help out. We watched some videos from the CIRTL MOOC regarding TAR project development (see here and here). We also […]