Learning Communities Program: Thirty two faculty and staff have joined one of three learning communities: Teaching and Learning for Global Citizenship; Facilitating Student Outcomes Assessment; Transforming Teaching and Learning through New Technologies. Each of the learning communities will be meeting regularly during the spring semester to learn more about these themes and will share their progress and findings with the campus community.
December 2012 -February 2013
Good Reads! Program: About forty interested faculty, staff, and administrators read the book “My Word! Plagiarism and College Culture” by Susan Blum and participated in one of several group discussions about the book. Readers posed interesting questions, discussed passages from the book, and shared with each other some of the challenges experienced on campus and successful approaches.
Previous CETL-sponsored events
February 2011: Student Grief and the Teaching Process: Perceptions and Realities
Speaker: Carol A. Evangelisto, Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified in Thanatology, Coordinator of Clinical Training, TCNJ Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Audience: Academic Leaders
March 2010: Promoting Liberal Learning in Capstone Courses
Sunita Ahlawat, Gerry Miller and Abdus Shahid: Department of Accounting and Information Systems
John Allison: Chemistry Department
Andy Leynes: Psychology Department
January 2010: Universal Course Design
Speaker: Dr. Sheryl Burgstahler, professor at the University of Washington and author of Universal Design in Higher Education.