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CETL

Center for Engaged Teaching and Learning
ELI Conversation Partners and friends can chat at Conversation Hour on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month this spring.
Photo of discussion at Conversation Hour - spring 2016

Teaching Matters Workshops

Comprehensive general pedagogy workshops for faculty and graduate students.

English Language Institute (ELI)

Support and resources for English language learners and international students.
Undergraduates analyzing preposition use
UCM's very first T.E.A.L. classroom is here!

Students Assessing Teaching and Learning (SATAL) Program

Assessment support for faculty and academic programs.

Recent News Items

Starting spring semester 2017, we must renew our efforts to ensure that all courses (entities for which students earn credit) have syllabi and that those syllabi include intended student learning outcomes (also called course learning outcomes) as well...

UCM's very first T.E.A.L. classroom is now open and ready to hold classes starting Spring 2017! For more information, please visit...

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Faculty Focus

The peer review processes for promotion and tenure and for continuing appointment provide committees with what’s needed to make overall judgments about the quality of instruction. For teachers, however, peer reviews usually don’t contain the diagnostic,...
College courses, like movies, can inspire, entertain, shock, or repulse. Instructors produce, direct, and star in a series of semester-long scenes, complete with audiences, critics, and awards. If your course could be equated to a movie genre, what would...
Silvia Martins, an associate professor in the Department of Epidemiology in Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health, faced a challenge in her introductory epidemiology course, Principles of Epidemiology. She found that students needed more...

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