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Initiatives

  • Inclusive Teaching at Princeton
    The Inclusive Teaching at Princeton series invites undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral associates, faculty, and staff to come together to discuss diversity in teaching and learning at Princeton today. 
  • Classrooms for Active Learning
    Find out more about on-campus experiments with new teaching technologies and techniques for encouraging student engagement in any classroom.
  • The Big Class Project
    Participate in a wide range of programs for instructors and students that enhance interaction and explore strategies for learning in large classes.
  • Online Teaching and Learning
    Visit the home of Princeton's initiative in online education which integrates online teaching with on-campus courses and shares free non-credit courses with the world.

Announcements

Yash Huilgol, a Learning Strategies Consultant in The McGraw's Undergraduate Learning Program, wins Best in Show in the 9th Annual International Eye Photo Contest. Huilgol's entry Guy Fawkes Bonfire–Oxford, England also took 1st place in the Landscape / Nature category. 
Sarah Schwarz, McGraw’s Associate Director, was instrumental in conceptualizing and designing an exciting and innovative new Community College Teaching Partnership program that promises major benefits for both Mercer County Community College (MCCC) and Princeton University (PU) this spring. 

Upcoming Events

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Like much of the East Coast, we have been hit this week with snow storms. With the University closed last Tuesday due to the snow, it is a time when some instructors might be interested in recording their lectures and... Continue Reading →

Location: 330 Frist Campus Center (The McGraw Teaching Lab). Teaching with Technology Showcase: Professor Thomas Conlan, East Asian Studies, demonstrates a teaching website developed with McGraw’s Educational Technologies group. The Komonjo (documents) website is a learning environment that supports Professor... Continue Reading →

And we look GREAT. Many thanks to our friends in Princeton’s Office of Communication, Emily Aronson and Nick Donnoli, for making this video.