Center for Engaged Pedagogy

Transition to In-Person Teaching & Learning Guides

As Barnard begins the transition from remote to in-person teaching and learning this upcoming fall, these resources provide guidance for faculty and students on what to expect this semester and offer practices to help you feel more confident and comfortable returning to the in-person classroom.

Read the Faculty Guide  |  Read the Student Guide

ATLA Debrief Session

Join us for a debrief session on the free Conference on Antiracist Teaching, Language, and Assessment (ATLA) hosted by Oregon State University Foundation. We invite you to discuss key takeaways and highlights from the conference sessions. Please register to express your interest in this session.

Materiality, Embodiment and Pedagogy Online

 As teaching and learning has continued remotely into 2021, our series on materiality and embodiment in online teaching and learning addresses a potential challenge:  How can online courses creatively center the material and embodied practices? We interviewed faculty and staff about their approaches, raising the following questions: What is the role of objects and the corporeal in the online learning process? What new pedagogical practices develop in the online context when physical objects, bodies and embodied practices are centered as sites of learning? 

Feedback Map for Student Support

If you are a student looking for support on pedagogy-related concerns, you can now utilize our CEP Feedback Map! This feedback map, accessible at the link below, will help guide you to Barnard resources that offer consultation, advice, and/or action in response to certain experiences you may be having, specifically within the classroom.


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.