Teaching Day crowd
Hostos’ Center for Teaching and Learning brought out the best in professors and students alike during its third annual Teaching Day.

Held on May 7 — also National Teacher Appreciation Day — the daylong event celebrated the excellent work of Hostos faculty through presentations and lectures. Students also contributed poster presentations through professors Iris Mercado and Denise Cummings-Clay, which highlighted the “Hostos Reads” annual selection, “How to Think: A Survival Guide for a World at Odds,” by Alan Jacobs, and other educational topics.
Teaching poster

Later in the day, the Hostos Café was turned into a think tank where Cummings-Clay was joined by Provost Christine Mangino and other faculty members, including Sandy Figueroa, Biao Jiang, Sonia Maldonado, Elisabeth Tappeiner, Silvia Reyes, and CTL co-directors Cynthia Jones and Carlos Guevara. Topics of discussion ranged from service learning to teaching through music and movement, to Infusing QR/QL into instruction.

Read more from the program and who participated in Teaching Day HERE.