The Center for Teaching & Learning serves as a catalyst for promoting a culture of pedagogical excellence at Marquette University.
Rooted in Ignatian pedagogy and the scholarship of teaching and learning, the Center for Teaching & Learning is committed to the professional development of the campus teaching community. We work with faculty to support sound pedagogical practice while respecting individual learning differences, and help all instructors create a learning environment where all teachers and learners can succeed and flourish.
September 2020: The Center for Teaching & Learning and the Department of Digital Learning have created a new set of resource pages to support faculty and Teaching Assistants in Fall 2020. All the relevant information from the faculty support page has been updated and relocated to that new resource, along with new material.
CTL also offers 1:1 support for all faculty and Teaching Assistants to discuss any aspect of your teaching and goals. We treat every consultation as private, so please do reach out to us via email to set up an appointment.
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FACULTY DIVERSITY FILM & BOOK CLUB
FACULTY VIDEO SERIES:
RACE, RACISM, BECOMING AN ANTI-RACISM
During the Summer of 2020, amidst a global pandemic, a much-needed spotlight shone on issues of race, racial inequity, economic and health disparity, police brutality and other issues impacting American citizens continuing to live on the margins.
Protests were held and voices were uplifted. But one question was consistently asked: “What can I do? I hear the urgent plead against discrimination. But what can I do?”
The CTL presents a Marquette faculty video series series on the ways in which Marquette faculty are responding to this call in their own domain.
OUR FAVORITE THINGS
Dr. Melissa Shew (Philosophy Department/Center for Teaching and Learning) interviews Marquette faculty and staff about their favorite tips, tricks, and ideas for remote, blended, and face-to-face education. All interviews are framed by meaningful discussion about the pedagogical value of the interviewee’s topic, and most include tutorials about how to develop and implement their “favorite things” in your own class.
Video runtimes range from 10-25 minutes