THANK YOU FOR PARTICIPATING IN CETL's SPRING TEACHING & LEARNING FORUM!
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CETL has an exciting list of events being planned for the 2012-2013 academic year. They include several new initiatives such as: Conversations with Faculty/Staff Authors, Faculty Learning Communities, and the new CETL Workshop Series.
Each semester, the week before classes begin, the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning sponsors a professional development conference for St. Cloud State University faculty and instructional staff related to teaching and learning within the framework of our institutional goals and objectives.
Fall Convocation, held at the beginning of the Fall Semester serves to welcome everyone back from the summer to a new academic year.
January Workshops, held at the beginning of each Spring Semester, are seen as a way to get faculty and staff at the university back together and to sustain the sense of community and their commitment to teaching and learning.
One of the important objectives of CETL is to facilitate conversations around various academic and academia-related topics.
Book Talks enable such conversations focused on the theme of the book. Books may be suggested by faculty, staff, or administrators, or may be the choice of the CETL Director or Advisory Committee.
The Faculty Learning Community initiative is a professional development program in which a cross disciplinary faculty and staff group of six to ten members engage in a yearlong inquiry around teaching and learning.
The Chairs Wisdom Collaborative is a discussion group for Department Chairs.
The CETL Workshop Series is a series of professional development workshops intended to provide information as well as a forum to present, discuss, and participate in topics related to the varied responsibilities of faculty and instructional staff such as teaching and learning, scholarship, advising, tenure, promotion, and evaluation, and leadership.
The Miller Scholars Program was established by the generous donation of James W. and Marion Miller, and co-sponsored by St. Cloud State University’s Office of Academic Affairs. This prestigious program is designed to recognize and support faculty members who have established a demonstrated record of motivation, excellence, and leadership in teaching and learning.
Teaching and Learning Grants are a new initiative intended to reward and encourage innovation in teaching and learning.