CTL welcomes instructors to explore resources and workshops to help integrate different pedagogical practices into their teaching. We look forward to working with you in our Inclusive Pedagogy Initiative, One-on-One Consultations, graduate student learning communities and more!

Welcome to the Fall semester of teaching and learning. We hope your semester gets off to a good start!

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Questions & Tech Trainings

Questions about Blackboard and other tech tools for your classes?  The Educational Technology (EdTech) team helps all BU faculty and academic staff to learn technological tools for more effective teaching. Email askedtech@bu.edu for assistance. For information about future tech trainings, view the training calendar.

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Some thoughts on English grammar assessment from a non-native speaker

Contributed by Federica Bocchi, Ph.D Candidate in Philosophy of Science (5-minute read) In her previous blog post, Maya discussed the tension between recognizing the importance of grammatical accuracy in writing assignments and acknowledging the disadvantages this practice could induce, especially in non-native English speakers. As a multilingual learner and instructor, I would like to offer […]

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Putting Grammar Back In: Linguistically-Responsive Writing Instruction

Contributed by Maya Chakravorty, Ph.D Candidate in Classical Studies (3-minute read) As a graduate fellow with BU’s Writing Program, I had the pleasure of attending the workshop “Putting Grammar Back In: Linguistically-Responsive Writing Instruction”, hosted by Master Lecturers Christina Michaud and Marisa Milanese earlier this semester. The aim was to talk about grammar and language […]

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