Teaching in Summer

2022 Teaching in Summer Workshop


On May 3rd, The American Cultures Center, The Center for Teaching & Learning(link is external), and Summer Sessions(link is external) hosted a 'Teaching in Summer,' a workshop for all summer sessions instructors focusing on some of the best approaches to teaching in the intensive six-, eight- or ten-week...

2023 Teaching in Summer Workshop


On May 19th, The American Cultures Center and Summer Sessions facilitated a 'Teaching in Summer' workshop for all summer sessions instructors. This session focused on effective summer course planning strategies, understanding unique summer session challenges and opportunities, policy updates, and insights on teaching racial and economic justice in diverse classrooms. This year’s presenters welcome you to contact them for additional discussion or queries about the workshop topics:

Alex Cole, Assistant Director of Summer...

Pedagogical Resources

Every year, the AC Center host pedagogical workshops to support its faculty in the development of AC courses, classroom assignments and the teaching to issues of racial and economic justice in diverse classrooms. In the past our workshops have been hosted by AC faculty members, the Wikipedian foundation, and campus departments such as the Media Resources Center.

Please use the navigation menu to explore information from our previous teaching workshops.

2021 Teaching in Summer Workshop

Workshop Agenda Time Topic 10am-10:10am Registration Opens 10:10am Welcome and Introductions 10:15am -10:30am Student Demographics: Laura Adams, Summer Sessions, Study Abroad and Lifelong Learning 10:30-11am How We Learn: Sarah Pickett and Marisella Rodriguez, Senior Consultants, Center for Teaching and Learning 11am-11:10am Break (10) 11:10am - 11:50am Presentation from Glynda Hull, Professor, School of Education 11:50am - 12:30pm Advice from Seasoned Summer Instructors on Equity-Based and Antiracist Pedagogy

John Dougherty, Faculty, Ethnic Studies

Karina Palau, Faculty,...