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
This fall's Book Club will be reading "Teaching Naked: How Moving Technology Out of Your College Classroom Will Improve Student Learning" by Jose Bowen.
Monday Morning Mentor Series
Research shows that when students feel more represented in the classroom they perform better. Unfortunately the opposite is shown to be true, that when students feel under represented they perform worse. This poses a problem of how to make all students feel represented in a multicultural classroom? Instructor Kate Sweeney of Columbia University discusses Culturally Responsive Teaching Techniques Can I Use to Improve Learning in this week's edition of the MMMS. For information about how to access the article visit the CETL blackboard page.
Thursday, Oct. 17 - Online Professional Development Series - "Best Practices", Dr. Doug Barron, 2019 Online Innovation Award Recipient, 3:00-4:00 pm, RPL 300A
Monday, Oct. 21 - CETL Seminar Series - "Arkansas Governor's School", Dr. Robin Lasey, Dr. David Blanks, Dr. Jacob Grosskopf, Dr. Mary Sharpe, Dr. Jordan Thibodeaux, 3:00-4:00 pm, RCB 436
Thursday, Oct. 24 - Online Professional Development Series - "Best Practices", Dr. Aaron McArthur, 2018 Online Innovation Award Recipient, 3:00-4:00 pm, RPL 300A
Thursday, Nov. 7 - Online Professional Development Series - "Integrating Online Course and Program Assessment", Dr. Jeremy Schwehm, 3:00-4:00 pm, RPL 300A
Monday, Nov. 18 - CETL Seminar Series - "Faculty as Career Coaches", Dr. Melanie Diffey, 3:00-4:00 pm, RCB 436
Wednesday, Nov. 20 - Open Educational Resources: Benefits, Challenges, and Strategies for Implementation (Live Webcast from Academic Impressions), 12:00-1:00 pm, RCB 436
Thursday, Nov. 21 - Online Professional Development Series - "The Quality Matters Rubric", Dr. Christine Austin & Instructional Designers, 3:00-4:00 pm, RPL 300A
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.