Baldwin Center for Learning and Teaching Workshops

The Baldwin Center for Learning and Teaching (Baldwin CLT) supports Bowdoin faculty by identifying relevant issues and current developments in teaching and learning. Located on the first floor of Kanbar Hall, the Baldwin CLT offers an array of expertise in teaching methods and resources across the disciplines.

The Baldwin CLT's Services for Faculty include an array of workshops, one-on-one consultations, speakers, and other activities including, but not limited to:

  • "Intentional Pedagogy" workshops
  • Colby, Bates, Bowdoin (CBB) "Pedagogy Matters" Conference
  • Book Group each semester
  • Third Thursday Teaching Lunches
  • First-Year Seminar Workshops
  • Faculty Sessions with the Baldwin Mentors
  • Faculty Workshops in Writing and Rhetoric
  • Incorporating Quantitative Reasoning
  • Syllabus Consultations
  • Classroom Visits (Faculty Teaching Mirror)
  • Writing Assistants
  • Faculty Fellows
  • Faculty Teaching Triangles
  • Crafting Effective Writing Assignments
  • Student Peer Services