The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) is to promote excellence in teaching practices through a wide range of professional development activities.

About the Center

The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning began operation in 2007 with initial funding from a Title III Grant and matching college support.

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CETL Events

A schedule of CETL events is provided.

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Resource Center

The CETL houses a collection of books and periodicals related to teaching, learning, and pedagogical research across the disciplines. The Center also maintains a website with links to information about innovative pedagogies in higher education as well as resources for faculty seeking to present or publish scholarly work about teaching practices. Come into the Center to browse through the collection of books and journals and to informally discuss ideas about teaching and learning in a collegial setting.

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CETL Programs

Faculty development is an essential part of the Center's activities.

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Title III Faculty Grant 2009-10 Application

Program Description, Eligibility Criteria, Resources, Application Procedures, and Application Form

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CETL Survey

The York College Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning is conducting a survey of York College faculty concerning their participation in CETL faculty development activities. Survey results will be used to evaluate the impact of CETL faculty development activities on faculty teaching attitudes and practices, and will aid in evaluating the CETL program. All respondent identities and comments are anonymous in nature. Thank you for completing the survey.

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DisCover - the York College Journal of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning - exists to create and utilize scholarship on teaching and learning (SoTL). The Journal is designed to bring assumptions about teaching and learning into the light and to promote an evidence-based, collegial, public approach to teaching and learning. DisCover publishes work from York faculty members from any discipline or program and is open to research on any pedagogical methods or mediums. Findings and reflections expressed in DisCover promote opportunities to examine our strengths and challenges as higher education facilitators of learning, explore our role as learning professionals, and exchange ideas on how to strengthen student learning.

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