Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL)

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Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL)

The Teaching, Learning and Resource Committee (TLRC) is the advisory body for CETL.

 

Implict Bias Workshop: March 29, 2019

The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) is hosting a workshop facilitated by Dr. Tanya Williams on Implicit Bias.  The workshop is open to all faculty and staff.  It is designed to further our institutional commitment to inclusion and social justice.  Participants who complete the workshop will receive a certificate from CETL.
 
The event is supported by the Teaching and Learning Resource Committee, the Chief Diversity Officer and the School of Arts and Sciences.  
 
Registration is closed for this event.

 

Communities of Practice: Spring 2019 Schedule

Feb 11 Common Hour Discussing Race/Racism in Classroom CC H202
Feb 12 Common Hour Designing Effective Writing Assignments NAB 3123
March 11 Common Hour Discussing Race/Racism in Classroom CC H202
March 12 Common Hour Designing Effective Writing Assignments NAB 3123
April 8 Common Hour Discussing Race/Racism in Classroom CC H202
April 2 Common Hour Designing Effective Writing Assignments NAB 3123
May 6 Common Hour Discussing Race/Racism in Classroom CC H202

 

OW Communities of Practice: A group of people who have a passion and commitment to exploring an issue through regular interaction. 

Communities will be formed around an agreed upon topic of mutual interest and a schedule of meetings will be established.  Effort will be coordinated through CETL.

 

Check out the TLRC LibGuide for Teaching-Related Resouces.

 

Contact:

Cristina Notaro
Assistant Dean
School of Arts and Sciences
E-mail: notaroc [at] oldwestbury.edu