The TLC Forum

join our group on the CUNY Academic Commons for notifications of announcements and events and to participate in online discussions about teaching and learning at CUNY and beyond  



Thank you for visiting the site for the Teaching and Learning Center at the Graduate Center, City University of New York. You can read more about the Center and its mission here.

On the right are recent announcements from the TLC, and below are the guides that we began developing and launching during the Spring 2016 semester. These resources will build and change over time, so please check back often!


  • TLC Fellowship: Spring 2019 Semester December 7, 2018 The CUNY Graduate Center’s Teaching and Learning Center invites applications for a Teaching and Learning Center Fellowship for the Spring 2019 semester. TLC Fellows support CUNY Graduate Center students who are teaching across CUNY by consulting with graduate instructors during office hours, developing workshops and focused inquiry groups, producing content for the Center’s teaching Handbook, ...
  • Worksop: Troubleshooting Failure November 28, 2018 TLC Workshop: Troubleshooting Failure, 12/5
  • Socially Conscious Pedagogy and Hashtag Syllabi November 8, 2018 TLC Event: Socially Conscious Pedagogy and Hashtag Syllabi, 11/15, 4:15-6:15.

TLC Guides

New to Teaching?

New to teaching? Click through for some guidance on how to approach your first semester in the college classroom. 

Teaching in the Disciplines

Explore how courses at different levels are organized in the humanities, the social sciences, and in STEM fields. 

Educational Technology

Learn about emerging trends in educational technology, and how to integrate a range of tools into your teaching. 



Learn about the roles that Writing Across the Curriculum, Writing in the Disciplines, and Quantitative Reasoning play across CUNY.

Navigating CUNY

CUNY is vast and confusing. Click through for a series of resources that can help Graduate Center students navigate the behemoth. 


Job Market

Learn about teaching opportunities, how to market yourself as an experienced college teacher, and how to draw upon your classroom experiences across professional contexts.