The CTEI offers services and resources to instructors (faculty, postdocs, and graduate students) in the full time programs of the Krieger School of Arts & Sciences and the Whiting School of Engineering.
A professional development program for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows that prepares our future faculty for teaching.
- Find the appropriate workshop for your teaching needs
- Listing spans all offerings across Johns Hopkins divisions
The Best Practices in University Teaching workshop offers an opportunity for Johns Hopkins University faculty to learn about evidence-based teaching practices.
Whether you have a quick question that's related to education research and program evaluation or you need to collaborate on a research grant with an education component, we're here to serve you!
Staying in the forefront of innovative ideas in higher education!
- Open to faculty, staff, postdocs, and graduate students (all divisions) at JHU & beyond
- Learn best practices in educational research; including
- using qualiitative and quantitative methods
- integrating practices that promote diversity, equity, inclusion, belonging, and justice in the classroom
- cultivating community for genuine buy-in
- optional consultating meeting with CTEI's Senior Education Research Consultant, Dr. Melo-Jean Yap
Lunch and Learn "Conversations on Teaching" spotlight experienced instructors sharing innovative teaching practices and demonstrating how others might implement similar strategies.
- Short presentations by faculty on innovative instructional practices
- Audience discussion of the topic at hand
- Enjoy your lunch while you listen! (Lunch is provided by the CTEI during in-person events)
In Spring 2023, CTEI started a journal club focused on teaching and learning topics in higher education. Please be sure to register so we have a headcount of how much snacks to serve.
Come for the community & conversation!
- Grants to support innovative teaching strategies in undergraduate KSAS or WSE courses
- Develop resources that build on and reinforce best practices in education (i.e. active learning, student collaboration, universal design for learning, etc.)
- Funds may be used to support students in the development of resources
- Mini-grants to develop resources that enhance pedagogy
- Faculty and student partnership
- Focus on active learning, critical thinking, student collaboration, or understanding course content
Faculty and graduate students may observe the teaching methods of faculty who have volunteered to participate as hosts in the program.
- Course-level or program-level assessment
- Writing and editing support for educational outreach or curriculum design projects
- Data display and infographic design assistance
- Current CTEI funding opportunities available for Hopkins instructors
- Information on past grants programs