Center for Engaged Pedagogy

Teaching Resources

Intro Course Surveys

Introductory course surveys are a pedagogical tool that instructors can use to solicit key information from their students at the beginning of the semester. This resource provides faculty with guidance for constructing these surveys, as well as  sample questions that faculty can implement in their own classes.

Barnard Bold 2023

In celebration of the 5th anniversary of the Bold Conference, the 2023 Barnard Bold Conference will take place this upcoming spring. It will consist of multiple student, instructor, and staff-led sessions that engage with specific topics related to teaching and learning. We welcome students, faculty, and staff to submit brief proposals (250 words) to present or facilitate a session. Proposals are due January 27, 2023.

Teaching Resources

Generative AI & the College Classroom

ChatGPT and several other generative AI tools have broad implications for teaching and learning. This guide represents the CEP’s initial research on generative artificial intelligence and its implications in the higher education classroom, with recommendations for classroom activities, assignment design, and academic integrity, and considerations for AI detection software and student privacy.

Teaching Resources

Crafting Community Agreements

Community agreements are the set of principles that a group of learners share and often collaboratively create in order to identify how they will work together for a period of time. This resource provides faculty who are interested in beginning to use community agreements with guidance about how to develop them.

Welcome

At the Center for Engaged Pedagogy, we believe that teaching and learning is a transformative process. Both students and teachers engage in meaningful teaching and learning practices that foster mutual growth and facilitate the collaborative cultivation of knowledge. We are committed to supporting and striving towards inclusive and innovative pedagogical practices that acknowledge diverse ways of knowing, forms of expertise, and academic pathways.