Teaching with Technology Partnership
Teaching with Technology Partnership(TTP) is a learning and technology initiative, aiming to promote effective and innovative use of technology to enhance teaching and learning through collaboration between the following:
- Faculty Fellows: The Teaching with Technology Faculty Fellows are sponsors of projects that they are interested in partnering with CTL on.
- Learning Technology Specialists in CTL: CTL is a creative partner in the projects selected for the TTP program. Selected projects are assigned a learning technology specialist from CTL, who is available to meet with the faculty fellows regularly and collaborate on the projects.
Teaching with Technology Spotlight
Teaching with Technology Spotlight highlights a specific instructional technique, best practice, or innovation related to utilizing technology to enhance teaching and learning at Georgia Tech and provides participants an opportunity to learn directly from experts and/or individuals who have successfully implemented technology in their own classroom. The topic of each one-hour Spotlight is related to the current trends, innovations, and issues facing educators today.
We welcome individuals from across campus to recommend technologies and/or individual faculty members whom they feel should be highlighted through this program. Please contact us with your recommendation.
Teaching with Technology Workshops
We regularly offer workshops that provide instructional staff with practical and concrete strategies for teaching with technology. Drawing on evidence-based best practices in teaching and learning, these workshops focus on helping participants leverage the full potential of the technologies to create engaging learning experiences and better learning outcomes.
Celebrating Distance Teaching and Learning Symposium
The Celebrating Distance Teaching and Learning Symposium is a series of panels, discussions, and presentations around distributed education in its various forms. Whether holding classes in completely virtual environments, utilizing online to flip or supplement their in-class experience, or something in between, faculty have been extending their pedagogy across time and space to reach students where they are in new and exciting ways. During the Georgia Tech Celebrating Distance Teaching and Learning Symposium, we will be celebrating those educators who have forged innovative and high-quality practices in the field of distance education and bring their experiences to a larger audience so that we might learn and grow from their innovations.
Teaching with Technology Summer Institute
This summer program is a multiple-day workshop series that involves an intensive exploration of how technology can support teaching and learning. The institute consists of a mix of small-group and large-group sessions as well as individual work time. Participants will engage in discussions and hands-on activities facilitated by the learning technology specialists from CTL.
Digitalizing Your Course Studio
In this multi-day workshop series we will explore best practices and pedagogical approaches to transform/adapt your course materials and curriculum to online platforms. Whether you just want to extend your reach to students outside the classroom, create a flipped or hybrid classroom experience, teach a class that is fully online, or offer something in between, attending this studio will leave you with a path to digitalize the different aspects of your course.
Teaching with Technology Consultations
We provide consultations on how to effectively integrate technologies into teaching and learning. Whether you would like to explore the best types and uses of technology for your particular teaching needs, or need assistance in course design and re-design, digital course content development, technology implementation and evaluation, we are here to help you. Please feel free to contact us and we will be happy to assist you.