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Did You Miss Winter Workshop? 

You can now watch the zoom recording of Dr. Matt Reed's presentation on Trends in Higher Education here!

Don't forget, you can fill out an Implementation Plan if you want to use anything you learn in your classes for 4 CTE Knights points!

Teaching Tip

This webcast from Academic Impressions is all about connecting with Gen Z Students to increase engagement in your courses. (You already have access to Academic Impressions from CCRI. Type your campus email address in the login window, wait a beat, and then click the blue "Log in using your Community College of Rhode Island Credentials" button.)

Disaggregated Data Requests

In February 2022, I (Rachel) was able to see my course data for General Psychology (a course I have taught many times here at CCRI) disaggregated by race and ethnicity. The results were surprising and difficult for me to face. Despite that, I’m very glad that I did it, and I’m looking forward to trying some new strategies in my courses to try to close the equity gaps I found.

If you’d like to check out your own course data, request a meeting here to get started.

This is a confidential process and is for your professional development only. Results are not shared with chairs, deans, or the VPAA.

Miss an event?

Check the Events page for recordings and files.

The Spring Symposium recording is now available to CCRI Community members! 

CTE Knights

Earn points for taking part in professional development activities and applying the content to your classes.

The CTE Knights Certificates recognize faculty participation in, and application of, a variety of professional development activities. To earn the CTE Knight: Gold Level Certificate, faculty must accumulate 70 points in an academic year and have presented in at least one. To earn the CTE Knight: Green Level Certificate, faculty must collect 35 points in an academic year.

Learn more here.

The Center for Teaching Excellence is a collaborative, faculty-led community that supports continuous development and champions high-impact, equitable teaching and learning practices for our diverse student body.

We Listen and Learn
We Respond and Lead
We Recognize and Reward

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