Center for Excellence in
Teaching and Learning
"Put learning as the focus as opposed to the teaching as a focus."
Ian Wolf on the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast #222
Monday, Febuary 25th
Dr. Michael Rogers, Professor of Political Science
“The Flipped Classroom: Pros (and Cons) with Sample Class Activities”
Faculty, please be watching for the following opportunities to engage:
- Our Spring Conference, now known as “Tech Talks,” will open its Call for Proposals on Monday, January 28. The call will close Friday, March 1 and an Ad Hoc Committee of faculty peers will select this year’s presenters. “Tech Talks” will be held Thursday, May 9.
- This spring’s Book Club will be reading “How Learning Works: Seven Research-Based Principles for Smart Teaching,” by Susan A. Ambrose and Michael W. Bridges •If you are interested in receiving a copy of the book and joining the book club for spring, please email Hanna Norton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) envisions a collaborative, learner-centered campus working together to ensure the success of the university community.
Recognizing the diversity of the university community, The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) develops an inclusive environment that promotes excellence in teaching and learning by encouraging open dialogue and active sharing of teaching practices and learning strategies through sustained university development activities.