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Our Initiatives

The Big Class Project 

Participate in a wide range of programs for instructors and students that enhance interaction and explore strategies for learning in large classes.

Working Group on Diversity and Inclusion

Join our project to advance conversations about inclusive teaching practices and culturally responsive learning.

Classrooms for Active Learning

Find out more about on-campus experiments with new teaching technologies and techniques for encouraging student engagement in any classroom.

Online Teaching and Learning

Visit the home of Princeton's online learning initiatives, including projects that integrate online teaching with on-campus courses and those that offer public courses to the world.  Sign up here for one of the University's many online courses.

News & Announcements

Faculty members across the four divisions have been named recipients of the Graduate Mentoring Award and will be honored during the Graduate School's Hooding Ceremony on June 1.
The McGraw Center looks forward to supporting this year's awardees as they implement new instructional technology and explore innovative avenues of teaching and assessment.
This on-demand MOOC consists of lectures, interviews, quizzes, readings, a final written assignment, and plenty of opportunity to discuss the ethics of altruism with your fellow students, Professor Singer and guests.
McGraw tutor Neil Hannan is named Latin salutatorian of the Class of 2015;Learning Consultant Hannah Vester is recipient of inaugural Streiker Fellowship.
The Faculty Council on Teaching and Learning works to develop recommendations for setting strategic priorities and guiding Princeton's approach to online instruction.
McGraw Learning consultants share their suggestions for various courses and types of exams.
The McGraw Center is pleased to announce our new membership in Academic Impressions, an online resource for faculty, students and staff including on-demand training, webcasts, and conferences on current trends in teaching and learning in higher education.
Students in Urban Studies 202 used the facilities available in the McGraw Center’s New Media Lab to make short documentaries on the topic of “Work” and how jobs and employment shape the city of Trenton.

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