Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning
Our goal is to enhance excellence in undergraduate and graduate education through the development of faculty committed to implementing and advancing effective teaching practices. We promote university teaching that helps students learn, persist, succeed, and ultimately graduate. With a strong commitment to honoring the interconnectedness of teaching and learning, CETL works to foster the use of evidence-based educational strategies that have been demonstrated to foster learning and improve academic outcomes for students.
In its initial year (2019-2020), CETL is offering a full calendar of regular professional development opportunities including workshops, communities of practice, book clubs, ACUE credentials, as well as a new Student Course Assistant program for faculty. We also provide individual teaching consultations and observations.
Designing and Teaching a Virtual Course
The Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning has created a self-paced, 10-module course for anyone developing and teaching a virtual course for Summer and Fall 2020.
This course is non-facilitated, meaning that you can work through the contents at your own pace, and based on your own needs and interests. Register here and then be redirected to the Canvas course!
We're excited to announce, Lindsey Hamilton as the new Director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
Dr. Hamilton earned a B.S. in Neuroscience from Bates College followed by Ph.D. in Neuroscience from Wake Forest University School of Medicine. Dr. Hamilton is currently an Associate Professor (Clinical Teaching Track) in the CU Denver Psychology Department. More about Lindsey and who we are, here.