Welcome to the Center for Teaching & Learning at Pratt Institute
The CTL's Guiding Values are
Community Reflection Action
The Center for Teaching and Learning fosters a collaborative faculty community that builds on best pedagogical practices across all disciplines and teaching modalities at Pratt: classroom and studio pedagogy, online and hybrid formats, experiential hand-on learning, and more. The Center aims to create an interdisciplinary, resilient, and reflective learning environment to address the urgency of the ‘now’, ranging from discussing difficult issues in a diverse classroom to larger social and cultural complexities of our times.
Mission and Community Standards: In order to foster faculty collaborations built on a shared understanding of respect, we have established a set of community standards that we expect all CTL members and participants to follow.
Week-by-Week Support: Weeks 6-10
Approaching Midterm can bring up concerns of both professors and students. Here are some helpful resources to make the most of this time of self-reflection and assessment, and sail smoothly to the end of the term.
- Considerations for L/AC enrolled students and Engaging the disengaged Student
- Inclusive Pedagogy resources, and creating an inclusive classroom through low-stakes assignments, the accommodation of varied learning styles, and improvement of the classroom environment
- Join us for the next Learning Pedagogy sessions
Langdon’s project, titled Talk About Your Generation: Finding Harmony in Generational Diversity, examines generational diversity in higher ed with a spotlight on Gen Z. What
Eva’s project aims to address the biases that perpetuate a teaching of architecture as a practice of domination; from a global scale that addresses our