Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, FL

CTLE’s Innovations in Teaching and Learning Week – April 6-9, 2015

Please watch the brief video invitation from Dr. Heist, and scroll down for a summary of the schedule of faculty poster presentations and Canvas course demos. We hope you will take advantage of these events designed to provide time for you to join colleagues and students for discussion, refreshments, and fun during CTLE’s Innovations in Teaching and Learning Week! […]

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September Focus: Student-Faculty Contact

Good rapport between students and faculty can have a profound impact on student motivation, performance, persistence, and satisfaction.  Watch this short video of students describing how important faculty-student interactions are to them.  Positive interaction also has benefits for faculty, as Jennifer Hinebaugh and CTLE Associate Director Kim Chambers describe on our website.  Take this self-assessment to evaluate your own interactions with students.

You can learn more about Student-Faculty Contact and how to implement it by participating in these CTLE events in September:

Introduction: What is SFC?  Why is it important? – Wednesday, September 10, 3:30-4:30 (Register)
Incorporation: How can you enhance SFC? –  Wednesday, September 17, 3:30-4:30 (Register)
Implementation: Making plans for SFC  – Wednesday, September 24, 3:30-4:30 (Register)


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Introducing our newest Associate Director, Hajara Mahmood

This past July, Hajara Mahmood joined the CTLE staff as an Associate Director working with the Departments of Mathematics and Physical Sciences.  Watch this video interview with Hajara describing her background and areas of research. […]

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