Academic Year 2022-2023
The days and times of Elkana Center courses this academic year can be found via the links below.
Please find course descriptions and registration information below, organized by participants:
- CEU Doctoral Students
- CEU Faculty
- External participants interested in teaching development courses
- External participants and CEU staff interested in professional development in university administration
Courses for CEU Doctoral Students
CEU doctoral students should register through SITS, under Extracurricular courses.
Courses Required for the Teaching Certificate
CEU doctoral students wishing to obtain the Certificate of Teaching in Higher Education are required to take the courses below in the following sequence. Learn more about the Certificate here.
- Foundations of Teaching in Higher Education: Seminar (YELC 6101) and Practicum (6103) - 3 credits in total
- Learning by Design (YELC 6105) - 2 credits
- Electives worth 2 credits (see below), concurrently or for some courses, subsequent to Learning by Design
- Creating a Teaching Portfolio (YELC 6107) - 1 credit
- Inquiry-Based Learning (YELC 6151) - 1 credit
- Game-Based Learning (YELC 6152) - 1 credit
- Democratic and Inclusive Teaching & Learning (YELC 6158) - 2 credits
- Using an LMS (Moodle) for Teaching and Assessment (YELC 6159) - 1 credit
- Supervising Undergraduate Research (YELC 6160) - 1 credit
Courses for CEU Faculty
CEU faculty, academic staff, and postdoctoral fellows may take the following, faculty-specific courses on their own or as part of a Certificate in Teaching for University Faculty.
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- Introduction to Teaching for University Faculty (YELC 6200) - 1 credit, can be waived
- Teaching in Higher Education, Part I (YELC 6201) - 1 credit
- Teaching in Higher Education, Part II (YELC 6202) – 1 credit
- Discipline-Specific Pedagogies (YELC 6251 and 6252) – 2 credits
- Creating a Teaching Portfolio for University Faculty (YELC 6207) - 2 credits