Hostos - Center for Teaching and Learning

Hostos - Center for Teaching and Learning

Mission: In keeping with Hostos tradition, the Center for Teaching and Learning promotes excellence in teaching and learning with innovative pedagogies and state-of-the-art technologies by fostering interdisciplinary and cross-divisional collaborations.

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12/02/2021

Teaching Tidbits Prof. Stacey Cooper

The Hostos #TeachingTidbits initiative is back with new live interviews and tips from colleagues from Hostos, CUNY and beyond!

We are honored to have Stacey Cooper, Assistant Professor as our guest on Thursday, December 2, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. through YouTube and Facebook Live.

Tune in to hear from our presenter about her experiences and coping strategies during the remote learning transition period and learn tips on how you can be successful. Be ready to comment and ask questions!.

11/12/2021

Teaching Tidbits Marcelo Viana Neto

Teaching Tidbits

Timeline Photos 05/25/2021

Please join us for our 12th Annual CTL Professional Development Day (a.k.a CTL SPA DAY)Wednesday, May 26, 2021 from 9:30am - 1:00pm. To register go to: https://edtech.hostos.cuny.edu/.../Home/WorkshopInstance...
#hostoscommunity #hostosctl #hostosedtech #TeachWithTech #spaday #professionaldevelopment #spring2021 #register

Please join us for our 12th Annual CTL Professional Development Day (a.k.a CTL SPA DAY)Wednesday, May 26, 2021 from 9:30am - 1:00pm. To register go to: https://edtech.hostos.cuny.edu/.../Home/WorkshopInstance...
#hostoscommunity #hostosctl #hostosedtech #TeachWithTech #spaday #professionaldevelopment #spring2021 #register

Photos from Hostos - Center for Teaching and Learning's post 05/20/2021

12th Annual CTL Professional Development Day (a.k.a. CTL SPA DAY)

Wednesday, May 26, 2021
9:30 AM -1:00 PM

Imagining a Brighter Future Through Rediscovering Teaching and Learning

"When we reconnect who we are with what we do, we approach our lives and our work with renewed passion, commitment, and integrity."
- Center for Courage & Renewal and The Courage to Teach Program

The Center for Teaching and Learning extends a special invitation to participate in the 12th Annual SPA Day.

The program offers opportunities to reflect on the past academic year and how we have reinvented and rediscovered the future of teaching and learning and beyond. The day will offer opportunities for professional development, networking and to participate in engaging activities.

The day will culminate with a roundtable discussion supporting our Asian American and Pacific Islander communities. With remarks from Student Sadia Zaman, CUNY’s Asian American and Asian Research Institute Executive Director Joyce Moy, Guttman Professor Grace Pai, Congresswoman Grace Meng (NY’s 6th Congressional District), Senator John Liu (11th State Senate District) and Hostos Professors Kris Burrell, Helen Chang, and Victor Torres-Velez.

This roundtable intends to address the violence against AAPI communities, place it within the broader sphere of violence against communities of color, and discuss the history of and opportunities for allyship.

“This year's program will be dedicated to Prof. Isabel Li to celebrate her life and the countless contributions she made to the Hostos family for almost 40 years”

Register: https://conta.cc/3owLTmA

05/07/2021

#BronxEdTech Showcase: Building tomorrow together: Adapting to a New Normal

Friday, May 7, 2021

CUNY.IS/BRONXEDTECH

Timeline Photos 05/05/2021

In coordination with National Teaching Week, Teaching Day has been an event that seeks to recognize and highlight the different facets of teaching and learning.

The Center for Teaching and Learning and the CTL Advisory Council would like to share with the college community examples of creative work from faculty, staff and students.

We invite you to go the creative works website https://conta.cc/3vKjImF to see the many submissions and leave comments, ask questions, or just complements to the authors, who will be happy to read and respond. #teachingweek; #Hostosteachingday

In coordination with National Teaching Week, Teaching Day has been an event that seeks to recognize and highlight the different facets of teaching and learning.

The Center for Teaching and Learning and the CTL Advisory Council would like to share with the college community examples of creative work from faculty, staff and students.

We invite you to go the creative works website https://conta.cc/3vKjImF to see the many submissions and leave comments, ask questions, or just complements to the authors, who will be happy to read and respond. #teachingweek; #Hostosteachingday

Timeline Photos 04/16/2021

The Hostos #TeachingTidbits initiative is back with new live interviews and tips from colleagues from Hostos, CUNY and beyond!

We are honored to have Sean Gerrity, Assistant Professor as our guest on Friday, April 16, 2021 at 12:00 p.m. through YouTube and Facebook Live.

Tune in to hear from our presenter about her experiences and coping strategies during the remote learning transition period and learn tips on how you can be successful. Be ready to comment and ask questions!

This live webinar will be moderated by:

Diana Macri
Assistant Professor
Allied Health and Faculty Liaison to CTL

Guest Speaker:
Sean Gerrity
Assistant Professor
English Department

The Hostos #TeachingTidbits initiative is back with new live interviews and tips from colleagues from Hostos, CUNY and beyond!

We are honored to have Sean Gerrity, Assistant Professor as our guest on Friday, April 16, 2021 at 12:00 p.m. through YouTube and Facebook Live.

Tune in to hear from our presenter about her experiences and coping strategies during the remote learning transition period and learn tips on how you can be successful. Be ready to comment and ask questions!

This live webinar will be moderated by:

Diana Macri
Assistant Professor
Allied Health and Faculty Liaison to CTL

Guest Speaker:
Sean Gerrity
Assistant Professor
English Department

Timeline Photos 04/14/2021

Timeline Photos

The Hostos #TeachingTidbits initiative is back with new live interviews and tips from colleagues from Hostos, CUNY and beyond!

We are honored to have Sean Gerrity, Assistant Professor as our guest on Friday, April 16, 2021 at 12:00 p.m. through YouTube and Facebook Live.

Tune in to hear from our presenter about her experiences and coping strategies during the remote learning transition period and learn tips on how you can be successful. Be ready to comment and ask questions!

This live webinar will be moderated by:

Diana Macri
Assistant Professor
Allied Health and Faculty Liaison to CTL

Guest Speaker:
Sean Gerrity
Assistant Professor
English Department

Timeline Photos 04/14/2021

The Hostos #TeachingTidbits initiative is back with new live interviews and tips from colleagues from Hostos, CUNY and beyond!

We are honored to have Sean Gerrity, Assistant Professor as our guest on Friday, April 16, 2021 at 12:00 p.m. through YouTube and Facebook Live.

Tune in to hear from our presenter about her experiences and coping strategies during the remote learning transition period and learn tips on how you can be successful. Be ready to comment and ask questions!

This live webinar will be moderated by:

Diana Macri
Assistant Professor
Allied Health and Faculty Liaison to CTL

Guest Speaker:
Sean Gerrity
Assistant Professor
English Department

The Hostos #TeachingTidbits initiative is back with new live interviews and tips from colleagues from Hostos, CUNY and beyond!

We are honored to have Sean Gerrity, Assistant Professor as our guest on Friday, April 16, 2021 at 12:00 p.m. through YouTube and Facebook Live.

Tune in to hear from our presenter about her experiences and coping strategies during the remote learning transition period and learn tips on how you can be successful. Be ready to comment and ask questions!

This live webinar will be moderated by:

Diana Macri
Assistant Professor
Allied Health and Faculty Liaison to CTL

Guest Speaker:
Sean Gerrity
Assistant Professor
English Department

Timeline Photos 04/12/2021

Timeline Photos

The Hostos #TeachingTidbits initiative is back with new live interviews and tips from colleagues from Hostos, CUNY and beyond!

We are honored to have Denise Cummings-Clay, Assistant Professor as our guest on Tuesday, April 13, 2021 at 3:00 p.m. through YouTube and Facebook Live.

Tune in to hear from our presenter about her experiences and coping strategies during the remote learning transition period and learn tips on how you can be successful. Be ready to comment and ask questions!

This live webinar will be moderated by:

Carlos Guevara
Director, Educational Technology and
Co-Director, Center for Teaching & Learning

Guest Speaker:
Denise Cummings-Clay
Assistant Professor
Education Department

Timeline Photos 04/12/2021

Timeline Photos

The Hostos #TeachingTidbits initiative is back with new live interviews and tips from colleagues from Hostos, CUNY and beyond!

We are honored to have Denise Cummings-Clay, Assistant Professor as our guest on Tuesday, April 13, 2021 at 3:00 p.m. through YouTube and Facebook Live.

Tune in to hear from our presenter about her experiences and coping strategies during the remote learning transition period and learn tips on how you can be successful. Be ready to comment and ask questions!

This live webinar will be moderated by:

Carlos Guevara
Director, Educational Technology and
Co-Director, Center for Teaching & Learning

Guest Speaker:
Denise Cummings-Clay
Assistant Professor
Education Department

Timeline Photos 04/12/2021

The Hostos #TeachingTidbits initiative is back with new live interviews and tips from colleagues from Hostos, CUNY and beyond!

We are honored to have Denise Cummings-Clay, Assistant Professor as our guest on Tuesday, April 13, 2021 at 3:00 p.m. through YouTube and Facebook Live.

Tune in to hear from our presenter about her experiences and coping strategies during the remote learning transition period and learn tips on how you can be successful. Be ready to comment and ask questions!

This live webinar will be moderated by:

Carlos Guevara
Director, Educational Technology and
Co-Director, Center for Teaching & Learning

Guest Speaker:
Denise Cummings-Clay
Assistant Professor
Education Department

The Hostos #TeachingTidbits initiative is back with new live interviews and tips from colleagues from Hostos, CUNY and beyond!

We are honored to have Denise Cummings-Clay, Assistant Professor as our guest on Tuesday, April 13, 2021 at 3:00 p.m. through YouTube and Facebook Live.

Tune in to hear from our presenter about her experiences and coping strategies during the remote learning transition period and learn tips on how you can be successful. Be ready to comment and ask questions!

This live webinar will be moderated by:

Carlos Guevara
Director, Educational Technology and
Co-Director, Center for Teaching & Learning

Guest Speaker:
Denise Cummings-Clay
Assistant Professor
Education Department

Timeline Photos 03/09/2021

The Hostos Reads: Books in Common, Books in Community project was created to promote a culture of reading, discussion, and community building through student, faculty, and staff engagement with a common reading.

The CTL Advisory Council has planned a number of activities for this semester that will be open to faculty, staff, and students, and invites you to be part of any or all of them. Please participate and encourage your students to share thoughts and ideas about these texts.

The goals of this project include:

• Community Building
• Highlight campus and University resources/student talents
• Cross-Institutional and Multidisciplinary Connection
• Shared Intellectual Experience
• Promote and enhance: Critical Thinking, Self-Awareness, Diversity and Global Issues, Cultural competence, Teaching & Learning

Wednesday, March 10, 2021
3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
Register: https://conta.cc/2voUtg2

Text to Discuss:
Ghost Language by Hasanthika Sirisena
https://conta.cc/2N1mx1X

The Hostos Reads: Books in Common, Books in Community project was created to promote a culture of reading, discussion, and community building through student, faculty, and staff engagement with a common reading.

The CTL Advisory Council has planned a number of activities for this semester that will be open to faculty, staff, and students, and invites you to be part of any or all of them. Please participate and encourage your students to share thoughts and ideas about these texts.

The goals of this project include:

• Community Building
• Highlight campus and University resources/student talents
• Cross-Institutional and Multidisciplinary Connection
• Shared Intellectual Experience
• Promote and enhance: Critical Thinking, Self-Awareness, Diversity and Global Issues, Cultural competence, Teaching & Learning

Wednesday, March 10, 2021
3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
Register: https://conta.cc/2voUtg2

Text to Discuss:
Ghost Language by Hasanthika Sirisena
https://conta.cc/2N1mx1X

02/24/2021

Hostos Teaching Tidbits

Timeline Photos 02/23/2021

The Hostos #TeachingTidbits initiative is back with new live interviews and tips from colleagues from Hostos, CUNY and beyond! We start this semester series with a very important episode! We are honored to have Interim President Daisy Cocco de Filippis as our guest on Wednesday, February 24, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. through YouTube and Facebook Live.

Tune in to hear from our presenter about her experiences and coping strategies during the remote learning transition period and learn tips on how you can be successful. Be ready to comment and ask questions!

This live webinar will be moderated by:

Carlos Guevara
Director, Educational Technology and
Co-Director, Center for Teaching & Learning

Diana Macri
Assistant Professor
Allied Health and Faculty Liaison to CTL

Guest Speaker:

Daisy Cocco De Filippis
Interim President of Hostos Community College

ABOUT TEACHING TIDBITS

The Center for Teaching and Learning recognizes the challenges of finding time to research, plan, and execute new ideas. As a result, we created short videos that serve as a resource for tips, reflections, tools and new teaching strategies. The goal is to create an environment where faculty can watch, share and learn new teaching strategies. In each episode of Teaching Tidbits, faculty share pedagogy tips, hands-on activities, or other teaching strategies.

Traditionally, Teaching Tidbits is filmed on-campus in an interview style exchange. Adapting to the new normal, this initiative also transitioned to the online setting and will offer live episodes through social media. Similar to an in-person event, participants have the opportunity to ask the panelist/presenter(s) questions through the social media comments features.

Join Us
https://www.facebook.com/HostosCC/​

The Hostos #TeachingTidbits initiative is back with new live interviews and tips from colleagues from Hostos, CUNY and beyond! We start this semester series with a very important episode! We are honored to have Interim President Daisy Cocco de Filippis as our guest on Wednesday, February 24, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. through YouTube and Facebook Live.

Tune in to hear from our presenter about her experiences and coping strategies during the remote learning transition period and learn tips on how you can be successful. Be ready to comment and ask questions!

This live webinar will be moderated by:

Carlos Guevara
Director, Educational Technology and
Co-Director, Center for Teaching & Learning

Diana Macri
Assistant Professor
Allied Health and Faculty Liaison to CTL

Guest Speaker:

Daisy Cocco De Filippis
Interim President of Hostos Community College

ABOUT TEACHING TIDBITS

The Center for Teaching and Learning recognizes the challenges of finding time to research, plan, and execute new ideas. As a result, we created short videos that serve as a resource for tips, reflections, tools and new teaching strategies. The goal is to create an environment where faculty can watch, share and learn new teaching strategies. In each episode of Teaching Tidbits, faculty share pedagogy tips, hands-on activities, or other teaching strategies.

Traditionally, Teaching Tidbits is filmed on-campus in an interview style exchange. Adapting to the new normal, this initiative also transitioned to the online setting and will offer live episodes through social media. Similar to an in-person event, participants have the opportunity to ask the panelist/presenter(s) questions through the social media comments features.

Join Us
https://www.facebook.com/HostosCC/​

Timeline Photos 02/09/2021

The Hostos Reads: Books in Common, Books in Community project was created to promote a culture of reading, discussion, and community building through student, faculty, and staff engagement with a common reading.

We are happy to continue these lively discussions based on short, free online readings by a variety of interesting voices who are speaking out about our world through a range of genres

The goals of this project include:
Community Building
Highlight campus and University resources/student talents
Cross-Institutional and Multidisciplinary Connection
Shared Intellectual Experience
Promote and enhance: Critical Thinking, Self-Awareness, Diversity and Global Issues, Cultural competence, Teaching & Learning
Register: https://conta.cc/2voUtg2

The Hostos Reads: Books in Common, Books in Community project was created to promote a culture of reading, discussion, and community building through student, faculty, and staff engagement with a common reading.

We are happy to continue these lively discussions based on short, free online readings by a variety of interesting voices who are speaking out about our world through a range of genres

The goals of this project include:
Community Building
Highlight campus and University resources/student talents
Cross-Institutional and Multidisciplinary Connection
Shared Intellectual Experience
Promote and enhance: Critical Thinking, Self-Awareness, Diversity and Global Issues, Cultural competence, Teaching & Learning
Register: https://conta.cc/2voUtg2

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Teaching Tidbits Prof. Stacey Cooper
Teaching Tidbits Marcelo Viana Neto
Hostos Teaching Tidbits Live: Gain Insightful Tips with Remote Learning
2nd Annual Hostos Teaching Day - Hostos Transformations

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