Center for the Enhancement
of Teaching & Learning
Advancing teaching excellence of all members of the UNC teaching community.
Learning Communities increase instructor interest and capacity to engage in campus discourse about evidence-based teaching practice and cultivates reflective practitioners.
The overarching goal of the TIE Program is to shift institutional culture towards one of equity and inclusion.
The Graduate Field Experience provides students with hands-on experience working on projects related to faculty development.
New Faculty Orientation is a 2-day event designed to help new faculty prepare for their first year at UNC.
UNC scholars from academic and student affairs will share their engaging in the creation of scholarship and creative works.
The Teaching and Assessment Symposium recognizes and celebrates the work faculty and staff are doing to support student learning at UNC.
The teaching toolkits provide instructors with guidance on various teaching topics. Each toolkit provides answers to common questions and guides for implementing concepts in the classroom.
The Program Assessment Workshop Series consists of three hands-on workshops that will help departments/program jumpstart program assessment.
The Teaching Excellence Workshop Series provides discussions and hand-on learning on topics related to pedagogy and classroom assessment.