Center for Academic Excellence and Support

Co-Creating our Experiences

Our Center’s mission is dedicated to unleashing curiosity, creativity and innovation in partnership with and as advocates who champion the talented NYUSPS faculty.

Contact Information

Email: caes.sps@nyu.edu

Phone: 212-992-9137

About CAES

CAES recognizes and unleashes innovation and curiosity with SPS faculty that both recognizes and reimagines the relationship between teaching and learning -- in our pillars of design, professional pathways, learning assessments, and educational technologies.

Events and Workshops

Please join us for one of our workshops, webinars, or larger events all designed with student success in mind. Learn from others and showcase the teaching and learning innovations that are taking place in your classrooms. CAES has an opportunity for you.

Design Services

Partner with our learning designers to explore and develop learner-centered student experiences or for a consultation to discuss whatever is on your mind or for support developing new a course or program. Our team can support you from ideation to evaluation!

Teaching and Learning Services

Dive in and discover new resources and ideas to incorporate in your classrooms! Learn from your peers, watch a video or seek out an article about a topic important to your teaching, research, and learning.

Educational Technology Services

Partner with our educational technology team to explore tools that when integrated deeply into your teaching strategies can have a profound impact on student learning and engagement.

Research and Scholarship Services

Partner with us for an iterative experience where ideas are freely shared, innovations are ideated and measured and research in integrated into your classrooms.

Remote Teaching Strategies and Tools

Find guidelines and recommendations that serve as a roadmap to successfully move your class from in-person to remote delivery.

Voices from the Classroom

Hear your colleagues talk about the great teaching happening inside their classrooms.

Reserve CAES Space

Spaces for Faculty to collaborate with their students and colleagues.

Remote Instruction Student Readiness

Student resources and guidelines for successfully participating in remote instruction.

New Remote Instruction Toolkit

The NYU SPS Remote Instruction Toolkit was designed with faculty in mind. Whether you are new to remote instruction or have years of experience, this toolkit will provide you with recommendations, worksheets, and templates for building an engaging remote learning community. It will cover pedagogical and assessment tools and strategies to help you bring the best practices to life.

 

 

The Modern Classroom Podcast

You will be able to hear from your colleagues in long form interviews. Learn how and why they have made the instructional decisions they have to provide engaging learning environments for their students

In The News

Article: Problem-Based Learning: Enhancing Student Critical Thinking ...

Educators have observed that our college graduates are not equipped with the ...

Teaching Online Will Make You a Better Teacher in Any Setting

Adapting a course for a digital environment forces you to ask yourself why you’re doing a ....

Develop Intercultural Competence to Foster International Student Success

“Increased domestic and global access to higher education,” writes Amy Lee in her 2017 book ...

When Students Make the Tough Decisions

How One Instructor Fosters Personal Learning and Engagement with Business Simulations

CAES by the Numbers

Faculty engage with CAES through attending a workshop, attending a consultation, learning new technology, or designing/redesigning courses.

506+

Faculty Engaged with CAES

222+

Faculty Participated in a CAES Workshop

140+

1:1 Consultations with CAES team members

120+

Faculty Designed New Courses in Partnership with CAES

                   

Share your Teaching and Learning Story with Us

The Center for Academic Excellence and Support likes to celebrate amazing teaching and learning.  Whether you are a faculty member or a student, please share your inspired stories with us.

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