From Wright State's Center for Teaching and Learning
Get to Know Your CTL
Did you know that our on-campus Center for Teaching and Learning offers a host of services to help all WSU faculty improve their teaching? Whether you'd like an individual consultation with an instructional designer, some help with your Pilot questions, or midterm feedback from your students, we're here to help -- at no cost!
To find out how we can help you with your teaching needs, click the links below, visit us on the web at www.wright.edu/ctl, or drop by 023 Dunbar Library any time for a cup of coffee and a chat!
WORKSHOP: Course Design for Significant Learning
Instructional Designer Chris Roberts will walk you through the process of creating course goals and objectives, assessments, and learning activities that will provide students with significant learning experiences. Participants are asked to bring a syllabus or a development plan for a specific course they are interested in designing or re-designing. Sign up online!
Pilot Work Sessions
Bring your course content and syllabus and work on your Pilot course during these open lab periods. You can bring your own computer or use the computers in our conference room (PC and Mac). CTL staff will be on hand to assist and answer your questions. Drop-in, no pre-registration is required. Held in 023 Dunbar Library.
CTL offers a variety of customized, confidential methods through which all faculty can obtain useful teaching feedback. To find out more, visit our Teaching Feedback website or call Carolyn Stoermer at 775-2882.