Ed. Tech Consultations

While sometimes controversial, the use of technology in the classroom can provide instructors with better and more engaging venues to engage with the students and the class content. Technology for technology sake, however does not fulfill those promises. Before implementing a new technology, gadget, or tool, instructors should carefully plan their pedagogical goals and learning outcomes for the semester, each lesson, and THEN look for alternative ways to achieve those with the use of educational technologies.

As part of our mission, we provide the service of educational technology consultations where we assist instructors on identifying learning outcomes for the semester, individual lessons, as well as best practices and new technologies that can be used for improve presentation, project creation, or assessment. If you would like to set up an appointment with a CETL Instructional Technologist please fill out the form below:

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About the CETL

The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at Texas Wesleyan University (CETL) promotes a student-centered university by providing resources and professional growth opportunities to faculty on enhancing instructional practice, integrating technology, and promoting essential student skills.

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