The Office of Teaching and Learning works with NDSU faculty and staff to create, implement, and assess programs that actively involve students in learning as the road to success. We have eight major programs that offer a variety of events, services, degrees, and training opportunities. Each of the following programs operates under the Office of Teaching and Learning and relates, in some way, to teaching and learning.
College Teaching Certificate
A structured program in pedagogy for graduate students who plan to teach in a college or university or individuals who already have a graduate degree and work on campus.
Graduate Teaching Assistant Resources
Resources for Graduate Teaching Assistants including an annual Graduate Teaching & Learning Conference.
Refresh or innovate your teaching practices. A FREE service for NDSU instructors, graduate teaching assistants and full programs or departments.
Peer Teaching Partnership
Connects faculty members who have a desire to improve their teaching. Participants set goals, share syllabi, observe their partner’s class, thoughtfully consider their teaching philosophy and practice, and discuss critiques.
Sponsorship for programs/events may be available through the Office of Teaching and Learning for programs and events that meet certain teaching and learning criteria. The Office of Teaching and Learning may provide monetary or staff support for programs and events which have a broad audience/impact. Staff support may include help with event logistics, registration, and promotional support.
Event sponsorship requires a minimum of two months before the start of your event to plan and create promotional materials. Please fill out the form below to submit your event.