Building KU's Teaching and Learning Community

PROGRAMS AND FUNDING

CTE offers several programs and funding opportunities for faculty members who are interested in improving their teaching practices. More specifically, we support instructors who want to pursue course transformation, incorporate and promote diversity, equity, and inclusion, and become involved in an intellectual community of instructors. In addition, we also have resources for both new and experienced GTAs at KU. Many of these programs and projects contain opportunities for faculty funding, and all of them represent CTE’s mission to support instructors who want to develop as teachers.

We update the pages below as we develop new programs, projects, partnerships, and funding opportunities. Please check back regularly for the most up-to-date information.

COURSE TRANSFORMATION PROGRAMS>>>

  • Access and Eligibility Information
  • BPI
  • Department Teaching Grants
  • Course Transformation Grants
  • Curriculum Mapping
  • Trestle
  • C21 [2013-2019]
  • Teaching Demos
  • Ideas to Action Program
  • CHRP [Spring 2017]

FACULTY AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT>>>

  • Benchmarks for Teaching Effectiveness
  • Teaching Summit
  • Teaching Scholarship Collaborative
  • Faculty Seminar

DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION PROJECTS>>>

  • Diversity Scholars [2016-2019]
  • Difficult Discussions
  • Inclusive Teaching Workshops

DOCUMENTING STUDENT LEARNING>>>

  • Student Learning Symposium
  • Assessment Workshops
  • Consultations
  • Stem Analytics Program

GTA RESOURCES>>>

  • New GTA Conference
  • GTA Tutorial Resources
  • Teaching the ‘Whole Student’
  • Final Fridays Workshop Series [Spring 2019]
  • GTA Teaching Development Group [Spring 2019]
  • Graduate Seminar Modules
  • Consultations
  • CTE Essential Guide to Teaching
  • Bernstein Award for Future Faculty
  • Past Offerings

 


Events