Teaching Support

At the Silberman School of Social Work, our goal is to develop curricula that cultivates students’ intellectual and personal development, and promotes lifelong activism and learning. This Teaching Support section will support you in doing just this.

The section is organized in order of when you may need the information. It begins with general information that you need before the semester begins such as accessing your class rosters, marking attendance, and various academic and NASW policies. The section includes information on using educational and classroom technology, tips for developing online courses and citing sources, as well as ideas for creating more interactive and engaging courses. Finally, it contains information on wrapping up the semester – ensuring that your students have evaluated your course and how to submit grades.

If you have questions about teaching support, please don’t hesitate to contact:

We also encourage you to look at CUNY’s strategic plan, Investing in our Future, The City University of New York’s Master Plan 2012-2016. The plan addresses several areas including information literacy, career training and skills, online and hybrid learning, and assessment.