Wake Forest psychology professor Lisa Kiang teaches her seminar class in Greene Hall on Monday, April 15, 2019.

Teaching@WFU: A CAT Blog

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  • Exploring Title IX: Reporting, Investigations, and Trust
    Guest post by Aishah Casseus, J.D. | Executive Director & Title IX Coordinator, Office of Institutional Equity Hello, I am Aishah Casseus, Executive Director of OIE & Title IX Coordinator. I have worked in Title IX for over seven years. In my experience, one of the […]
  • Syllabus Week in the Age of AI: Part I
    For teaching centers, the weeks before the start of the fall semester are the most wonderful time of the year. We welcome new faculty into our community of teacher-scholars, and faculty of all ranks begin to reach out as they design their syllabi […]
  • Sharing Teaching Materials from Canvas
    If you’re like me, you’ve put a great deal of time and energy into your Canvas course pages. From building the modules and creating assignments to providing feedback, sending announcements, and making updates to the course schedule, a great deal of our teaching is visible […]
  • Get Out of Your Classroom: Some Nontraditional Learning Spaces on Campus!
    One of my favorite programs I lead here at the CAT is a New Faculty Learning Community. The group meets throughout the year, but at the beginning of our time together, they develop a list of support and resources they would like […]
  • Focus on Self-Awareness and Empathy for Deep Teaching and Learning
    I + E = O When I think about designing courses or curricula, I often start with I + E = O. Seems like a simple equation, right? There are just three variables. “I” are the inputs — the students and the knowledge and experiences […]