(Note: Faculty members who have completed the FYS Faculty Development Institute are approved to teach CT courses; no further training is necessary.) The CTL offers one face-to-face workshop and one online workshop per semester.
In these workshops, participants modify, or create, a course to meet the CT criteria.
Strengthen Your Critical Thinking Skills Enjoy an engaging team activity as you discover your own critical thinking strategies, and how your personality preferences influence your team-based decision making. You must reserve a seat by calling 303.352.6964 or by visiting the Academic Advising and Student Success Center in the Cherry Creek Building, room 141.
Per Faculty Senate Recommendation SR-08-09-36R, all instructors (full-time, adjunct/part-time, TA) scheduled to teach a course that carries the “CT” (critical thinking) designation must complete a CT Professional Development Workshop in advance of teaching the course.
This workshop will teach you critical thinking skills that improve the way you think.
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