The Center for Teaching & Learning (CTL) provides opportunities for faculty to engage in a variety of meaningful learning experiences. CTL offers programs, workshops, consultations, and other educational activities to equip instructors with successful teaching strategies. Teaching and professional development experiences build knowledge for faculty, instructors, and graduate teaching assistants.
Using methods grounded in evidence-based practice and scholarly research, CTL staff members deliver experiences that encourage communication, foster collaboration, and cultivate mentoring relationships among participants. These cross-disciplinary opportunities provide instructors with the skills, ability, and motivation to inspire students to success.
Course Enhancement Workshops
Four workshops will be offered to faculty between January and March as part of the OHIO Honors Program. These sessions are designed to help faculty build OHIO Honors components into their existing courses. Read more and register to attend a session
Faculty Learning Communities: Assessing Student Achievement of OHIO's Common Learning Goals
These four Faculty Learning Communities will be dedicated to assessing one of the four common learning goals for bachelor's degree programs. Applications were due May 4.
Workshop: Writing Student Learning Outcomes that Align to your Big Ideas
Facilitated by faculty in the Bruning Teaching Academy, this pre-Spotlight on Learning Conference session was spent working peer-to-peer with other faculty. Read more about the workshop.
Graduate Associate Outstanding Teaching Award Ceremony
Chosen recipients of the 2018 Graduate Associate Outstanding Teaching Award were recognized at a ceremony on Thursday, April 19. Visit the awards page for more information.