Programs and Opportunities
There are several programs open to Bi-Co students, faculty, and staff to participate in the Teaching and Learning Institute’s exploration and reenvisioning of classroom practice.
Artwork by Lauren Lattimore '21.
Students as Learners and Teachers (SaLT) Program
- One-on-one, semester-long partnerships between a faculty member and an undergraduate student who is not currently enrolled in the faculty member’s course; can be linked to Faculty Pedagogy Seminars or be free-standing
Pedagogy Circles for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Weekly, student-led, semi-structured conversations designed to support cross-constituency dialogue around developing inclusive, equitable, and anti-racist approaches to teaching and learning across campus contexts (within and beyond classrooms)
Faculty Pedagogy Seminars
Semester-long, weekly seminar course (along with SaLT partnerships) offered as an option to all incoming faculty members in exchange for a reduced teaching load in their first year
Ad hoc, One Time Consultations with Students
- One-time, thirty to sixty-minute consultation for faculty to discuss their syllabi, an assignment, or any other class element to develop more inclusive pedagogical strategies
Weekly, two-hour-long sessions offered to graduate students as stand-alone or a full-credit course