Center for Teaching and Learning
Welcome to the Center for Teaching & Learning
The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL), located on the Hillsboro campus in the library, room 201, offers teaching support to faculty members interested in improving student learning by creating engaging learning environments. Please stop by to use the available technology, check out books, and share strategies and perspectives with colleagues. Be sure to check our About page for information on the CTL, our Events page for session information, our Teaching Tools and Online Teaching pages for links to articles, tools, and websites you can use in the classroom. Also, coming soon we will have a page all about Service Learning.
CTL Form- use this form to organize a CTL event, Service Learning project, or Mentorship.
Assessment Training Opportunity
Teagle Assessment Scholar Workshop- Making Assessment Work for Your Institution and Your Students
Participants will collaborate with Teagle Assessment Scholars to reflect on, evaluate, and sharpen assessment programs. The workshop takes place October 23-25 at the Center of Inquiry at Wabash College in Crawfordsville, Indiana. Registration will open on August 3. The registration fee also covers food and lodging for the workshop.
Talking, Texting and Tardiness, Oh My!
Check out these strategies for dealing with disruptive students. Here is a list compiled by faculty in a CTL session.
IN THE NEWS:
The role of community college in rebuilding a town: A Community College at the Center of an Oregon Recovery Story.
'Dollar Signs in Uniform' Why For-Profit Colleges Target Veterans.
About the rise in apprenticeships in the US: 'The Other 4-year Degree': Why Everyone's Talking About Apprenticeships
A new study discusses 5 Skills of Successful Online Faculty.
What if Students Could Fire Their Professors? A couple of short articles about student evaluation.
Cost, value, and the experience economy: How Learning Centers Can Thrive in the Experience Economy.
Meris Stansbury writes 15 Facts about the Modern College Student based on new data on tech use and resource spending.