Professional Development Programs
CETL offers a variety of professional development programs, including workshop series, lunch and learns, faculty learning communities, and the annual Teaching & Assessment Symposium.
Faculty Learning Community
Based on the overwhelmingly positive response to the 2018-2019 workshops on How Learning Happens and What It Means for Effective Teaching, CETL is offering a faculty learning community on the book How Learning Works: 7 Research-Based Strategies for Smart Teaching. Faculty learning communities have been recognized nationally as a promising practice in faculty development. This learning community focuses on how students learn and how to use learning theory to inform classroom practice. Led by Faculty Fellows Drs. Molly Jameson and Liz Gilbert, this learning community promotes pedagogical growth, collaboration, and application of content to participants’ classes to improve student success. Registration for the learning community is closed. To be placed on a waiting list, contact Senior Faculty Fellow and Associate Professor of Psychology Molly Jameson.
SESS Plan Lunch & Learn
The Strategic Enrollment and Student Success Plan Lunch and Learn series features leaders of the SESS Plan providing information about work on the plan. Each month, members of the campus community are invited to meet over lunch to hear about how the plan is progressing overall and in the four strategic priority areas.
2020 Teaching and Assessment Symposium
The 2020 Teaching and Assessment Symposium will be March 24, 2020. The event brings members of the campus community together to share research and best practices related to teaching and the assessment of learning. Calls for poster presentations will go out in January 2020.