A year-long initiative to immerse faculty in reflective practice on teaching and learning to enhance diverse and inclusive learning environments for students. To learn more about the Faculty Fellows Program, click here or contact Kathyrn Brynes.
The Baldwin Center for Learning and Teaching (the Baldwin CLT) supports Bowdoin faculty in designing and implementing intentional, inclusive, equitable and effective learning environments for students.
We do this by offering:
- Individual meetings with Baldwin CLT Program Directors
- Professional development opportunities to enhance faculty’s capacities as educators
- Curated resources to inspire and support high impact practices for learning
January Institute on Teaching and Learning
Baldwin Center Shared Space and Individual Consultations for Faculty
Monday-Friday, Jan 13-17, 9-5 pm in the Baldwin Center, Kanbar 102. Tea, hot cocoa, coffee available!
Drop-in Hours for Individual Consultations with BCLT Staff
- Quantitative Assignments (Eric Gaze, Director of Quantitative Reasoning): Monday/Tuesday, 10:30-12:00
- Writing Assignments (Meredith McCarroll, Director of Writing and Rhetoric): Monday/Tuesday, 1:00-3:00; Thursday 9:00-11:00
- Syllabi and course design; Assignment design; Inclusive pedagogies (Rachel Beane, Associate Dean, Dean for Academic Affairs; Katie Byrnes, Director, BCLT): Monday/Tuesday 10:30-12:00
The Teaching Triangles program
provide faculty with an opportunity to gain new insight into their teaching and students’ learning through a non-evaluative, formative process of reciprocal classroom visits and reflection. The three teachers in a triangle agree to visit one another’s classes over the course of a semester and meet to discuss what they learn from their visits. To learn more about Faculty Teaching Triangles, click here or contact Kathyrn Brynes.
Drawing from scholarship and experience, Meredith McCarroll, Director of Writing and Rhetoric can consult with faculty to craft effective writing assignments. Focus on learning goals,
position of assignment in semester, structure of assignment, and expectations for assessment.