As Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools such as ChatGPT and Dall-e continue to be innovated, we must consider how these technologies impact higher education. Join us for an Interactive Conversation online on September 28 from 12:30-1:30pm to discuss AI and the classroom. We welcome all faculty members with any thoughts on this subject, and we look forward to hearing from you!
Day: August 16, 2023
Learn the basic frameworks for cultivating inclusive classroom experiences for higher education art students; educators will build confidence to iterate and adjust to your student dynamic. Click here to learn more and to RSVP!
Join us on September 7, 12:30pm! Loneliness and social isolation is the invisible epidemic of the 21st century. To combat the challenges of loneliness, especially on college campuses,The Foundation for Art and Healing has developed evidence-based creative expression programs that support and improve wellbeing. During this interactive conversation, you’ll have an opportunity to experience a shortened version of such a program, take the loneliness scale to find out your score and discuss with colleagues potential benefits and iterations of this program for your teaching in the classroom and beyond.
Geared toward new and long-time faculty alike, the Learning Pedagogy Series, will be an exploration of foundational topics in teaching and learning theory and practice. The series of workshops this semester will focus, among others things, on unlearning, process vs. completion, studying your own teaching, and models for discussion.
Renee Ortega’s (Creative Arts Therapy) 2023 CTL Fellows project discusses intercultural communication and Pratt’s standing as a part of the rich and vibrant surrounding Brooklyn community.
Join Faculty Fellow Rebecca Evanhoe for this Faculty Spotlight. Click here for more information and to RSVP.