Information for faculty who are considering approval of 98 and 198 Special Studies courses facilitated by undergraduate students, including DeCal courses.
The American Cultures (AC) Center works with instructors of new AC courses to develop promotional videos to spread awareness of their course with the campus community, especially potential students.
Provides evidence-based approaches to help instructors bridge student learning gaps.
Offers consultations on any topic related to teaching and learning, as well as grants, workshops, learning circles, awards and recognition programs, communities of practice, resources for teaching and learning, and information on campus policies related to instruction.
Helps instructors take a goal-oriented approach to course planning with opportunities to collect evidence of student learning throughout a course.
Helps instructors incorporate creative assignments into the American Cultures (AC) requirement, Berkeley’s undergraduate social justice graduation curriculum.
Website to help keep your teaching moving forward with new approaches, effective strategies and resources, and best practices to support remote learning.
Instructor resource for managing brief and longer course disruptions.
Frequently asked questions and resources for instructors proctoring remotely.
Introduces best approaches to teaching an intensive six- or ten-week summer course at UC Berkeley. Hosted by the American Cultures (AC) Center, topics include strategies for managing extended summer class time, what to expect from summer student enrollment, the specifics of the AC curriculum requirement, and teaching to issues of racial and economic justice in diverse classrooms.
Series of timely dialogues elevating some of the most pressing social and political questions that enter our lives and our classrooms. The series is co-hosted by the American Cultures Center, Academic Innovation Studio, Center for Teaching and Learning, and Division of Equity & Inclusion.
The American Cultures Center hosts information for faculty on getting started with teaching with Wikipedia, including Wikipedia course structure, guidance, flexibility, and how to sign up, as well as Wikipedia pedagogy.