Several faculty members signed up to participate in a day of sharing at the 2016 CETL Summer Institute – “Highlighting Faculty”. Faculty presenters from various disciplines shared an engaging, learner-centered strategy with colleagues. This event allowed faculty to meet face to face, mingle and exchange ideas. A special thank you is extended to presenters.
Topics ranged from collaborative apps and learning environments, engaging students the first day of class, to setting quality coursework standards and providing feedback via the use of Blackboard grading rubrics.
From gathering at the popcorn bar to enjoy a snack or the lively discussions on various student achievement strategies, there appeared to be a sense of social connectedness. The day concluded with faculty desiring to try one of the strategies presented. Faculty also affirmed the community of practice aspect of this event, expressing interest in attending and presenting at next year’s event!
Click to watch each presentation below:
As I begin my first full academic year as the CETL Director, I want to thank everyone for their support, confidence, and patience this past semester. The CETL staff are committed to supporting the mission of the University by providing opportunities for professional growth to faculty and staff. Our journey this past year was characterized by new challenges and opportunities during this transitional period. Despite the changes in the department, we’re proud of the accomplishments we’ve achieved. View a summary of our achievements in our Annual Report Infographic below.
This year’s 2015 CETL Fall Kickoff, in partnership with AVID, will be held on AUGUST 28, at Lou’s Place. This year’s theme is Student Success and University Quality: What’s the Connection? What Really Matters? and we look forward to seeing you there!
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