About the Center for teaching and learning
The Center for Teaching and Learning seeks to be a partner in shaping and sustaining a university environment where effective teaching practices lead to improved student achievement. We envision a culture of collaboration across disciplines where faculty are encouraged to seek innovation in pedagogy and to share best practices within a teaching and learning community.
The Center for Teaching and Learning assists full time faculty in securing professional development and resources for teaching, scholarship, research, and service to the campus community.
Lecturers and part time faculty receive the assistance they need to conduct research in teaching and learning that can be applied to creating a progressive and evolving rich learning environment across disciplines.
All faculty will be assisted to engage students in research, clubs, extracurricular activities, service learning, and scholarly activities that exhibit the content knowledge, skills, and expertise they have gained in their classroom work.
The Center has a Director, Betsy Price, and Assistant, Moises Estrada that assist faculty with workshops, individual consultation, and coaching.