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The Faculty Forum offers a platform for faculty from across the University to share their strategies, successes, and challenges related to teaching. Here you can keep up with innovations in teaching that are happening at the University, as well as find out about the teaching resources, services and community-building opportunities available to instructors.

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Inclusion Through Accountability: Using a Receipt of Syllabus Form

In April, I attended the Center for Faculty Advancement’s Inclusive Teaching workshop. During this session, participants discussed the question of cultivating an inclusive learning environment while affirming student accountability. One strategy I have found effective is the receipt of syllabus…
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Empathy, interaction, and flexibility: NYU students share insights on learning during the pandemic

On March 10, 2022, TeachTalks switched gears. Instead of faculty leading the discussion, six students (four undergraduates and two graduate students) took the virtual stage for What Have We Learned About Engagement During the Pandemic? The Student Perspective. The panelists—coming…
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Designing a teaching observation process: Lessons from a collaboration with NYU Tandon

As this past year has demonstrated, our understanding of teaching and learning is constantly evolving. In an effort to continue providing quality learning experiences for all students in varied settings, faculty from NYU Tandon School of Engineering collaborated with the…
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