Call for Fall 2013 CETL Events
The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) invites proposals from York faculty to present workshops, roundtables, panel discussions, or brown bag discussions that promote faculty development around teaching and learning.
By designing a workshop or discussion forum, faculty members can:
- share best practices or learning assessment tools or curricular innovations;
- communicate ideas about how to deal with teaching and learning challenges;
- showcase the effectiveness of particular pedagogies and/or technologies for improving student learning; and/or
- discuss the implications of a body of scholarship on teaching and learning.
In designing a CETL session, presenters should consider the following criteria:
- Sessions should discuss best practices or evidence-based approaches (rather than be run as forums for anecdotal discussion of teaching practices).
- Sessions should include an activity component in which participants engage in applying the ideas or practices presented.
- Sessions should include the distribution of one or two documents of teaching and learning scholarship describing the presented practice or approach (i.e., journal article, book excerpt, website material, rubric etc.).
List two related scholarly documents or publications that will be distributed to participants
If you are interested in presenting a CETL session during the fall 2013 semester, please complete the CETL Presentation Proposal Application and forward it to Debra Swoboda, CETL Director, Behavioral Sciences, AC 4D06 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org by May 24, 2013.
Thanks in advance for your consideration of designing a CETL event.
Debra Swoboda, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Psychology
Department of Behavioral Sciences
School of Health and Behavioral Sciences &
Director, Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
York College of The City University of New York
94-20 Guy R. Brewer Blvd.
Jamaica, NY 11451