Click to learn more about the Badges & Points system for Professional Development.
Click here to check out our series “App of the Week.” Each week, we will showcase a new tablet or desktop app that can help you in your teaching and student’s learning.
This Spring, faculty, staff and the CETL are meeting for regular readings and group discussion of Clay Shirky’s Cognitive Surplus: How Technology Makes Consumers into Collaborators. Click to learn more.
Click to learn more about this semester’s Research in Teaching and Learning Mini-Grant and to fill out an application.
Cameo is a free app for iOS devices that allows you to create short films on your device as well as to collaborate with friends. The way it works is by allowing you to record clips up to 6 seconds which you can trim and add caption and after you organize the order of the […]
Congratulations to the International Student Workshop Badge Winners: Rudy Leonard, Gockcen Ogruk, Alison Simons, Sharon Peters, Joe Brown, Peter Colley, Sharon Carano, Eddy Lynton, Karen Hodges, and Kathy Prates. +3 bonus points are awarded on your leaderboard.
Congratulations to the Friend of the CETL Badge Winner: Kay Colley. +3 bonus points are awarded on your leaderboard. You may stop by the CETL to get your sticker.
During our most recent book club meeting, we examined two more critical components of improved retention and student success from Kathleen F. Gabriel’s Teaching Unprepared Students. Chapter five explored Learning Styles and the Science of Learning and chapter six offered tips on Embracing Learner-Centered Education. There was an abundance of passion for improving teaching and […]
Hello everyone! Now is your LAST CHANCE to register for the Instructional Strategies for Linguistically Diverse Students workshop, led by Elsa Anderson and Patsy Robles-Goodwin. These workshops will help faculty develop academic skills in non-native English speakers. There are two opportunities to attend - Friday, October 25th from 12:00 – 4:00 pm and Saturday, October […]