Spring 2022 Course Support

The Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning is ready to support Yale instructors as we prepare for the Spring 2022 semester. We invite you to consider these Recommendations for Remote Teaching and how you will build in flexibility to accommodate student absences and ease the transition to in-person teaching. Many Yale instructors create course introduction videos or conduct pre-course surveys to help students and instructors get to know one another. Making time to build community during the remote start and throughout the transition to the masked in-person context will help create a supportive learning environment. 

This page will continue to be updated with resources throughout the semester. Please contact us with any questions or suggestions.

Programs and Events

The Poorvu Center will offer a variety of workshops and discussions tailored to support the emergent instructional needs of the Spring 2022 semester. Visit our events calendar to read about and register for upcoming events. Events may be filtered by audience (e.g. faculty, postdoctoral associates, graduate & professional students, etc.) at the top of the calendar page. 


In addition to ongoing workshops and faculty teaching initiatives programs, the Poorvu Center supports faculty through one-on-one or small group consultations. Instructors may request a consultation on the Poorvu Center website.