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Teaching

New Passport to Great Teaching Certificate!
Fundamentals of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access

 

 

The Fundamentals of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access (IDEA) certificate highlights efforts toward underserved communities by addressing structural inequities. The certificate provides a foundation of IDEA principals in an effort to build a culture that minimizes bias, recognizes and addresses systemic inequities so all students, faculty, and staff can thrive.

To participate, visit our Passport to Great Teaching certificates webpage and follow the steps under the Fundamentals of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access (IDEA) Certificate drop-down.

The Secret Sauce: Optimizing Outcomes with Team-Based Learning

September 27 – 2:30-4:00 PM

Team-based learning fuels active engagement with curriculum,  social interaction,  and builds soft skills students need to succeed in a globalized world. Group work can be used to cultivate classroom community and boost morale in all courses- face to face,  online,  and hyflex. We have all witnessed groups that excel and[..] https://teach.ufl.edu/events/the-secret-sauce-optimizing-outcomes-with-team-based-learning/


 

Resource Spotlight: The UF Center for Instructional Technology and Training (CITT)

The Center for Instructional Technology and Training (CITT) is part of the Office of Academic Technology within UF Information Technology. CITT empowers instructors, including graduate teaching assistants, with knowledge, skills, and technologies to successfully meet your teaching and learning needs.

Specific programs offered by CITT that may interest graduate students include:

 

Self-paced workshops provide participants opportunities to explore pedagogical concepts as time permits. Participants will earn a credential after completing the requirements for each workshop. Offerings include:

 

Online certificate of completions consist of a series of workshops designed around a theme related to pedagogical trends in higher education. Offerings include:

 

Click here for more information: Center for Instructional Technology and Training

Working on Your Teaching Statement? The Center For Teaching Excellence Can Help

Grow Your Teaching

Passport to Great Teaching Program

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Overview

Passport to Great Teaching is a professional development program that lets you choose which path to travel as you earn teaching certificates. To earn a certificate, attend “core” activities and then complete several “electives” like:

  • Conferences
  • Workshops
  • Faculty Learning Communities
  • Teaching Beyond the Podium Podcast Activities

Participation

University of Florida faculty, staff, TAs, post-docs, and graduate students are all welcome to participate. Your certificates can be added to your teaching portfolio, CV or LinkedIn profile. Begin your passport journey by visiting the Passport Certificates page or selecting your affiliation at the bottom of this page (staff & faculty, teaching assistants, or graduate students & postdocs).

Certificate Offerings

There are currently 9 Passport to Great Teaching certificates to choose from.

Some certificates are designed for specific affiliations. To learn more about each certificate, visit the Passport Certificates page or select your affiliation at the bottom of this page (staff & faculty, teaching assistants, or graduate students & postdocs).