The Center for Teaching and 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, we advocate innovative teaching and the use of student-centered technology while partnering with faculty as they prepare Marquette students to be agents of change for a global community.
Preparing Faculty for Fall
- Instructional Strategy Recommendation
- Faculty Summer 2020 Training
Marquette's Division of Digital Learning and the Center for Teaching & Learning will be hosting two three-week training and discussion sessions to prepare for Fall 2020. Over the course of three weeks, starting June 15 or July 13, faculty of all kinds (full-time, part-time, tenure track, participating faculty and graduate student instructors) will have the opportunity to attend six sessions each week to complete a "life cycle" of how to conceptualize and realize their classes in a hybrid manner which could include elements of face to face, asynchronous and synchronous delivery methods.
Additional details, including dates and titles of training are included in flyer. Training sessions will be recorded and located on the Workshops dropdown menu found on navigation bar of website. Please email email@example.com to request MS Teams training session links and/or for questions. We look forward to seeing you this summer!
News and Events
Dr. Melissa Shew of the Philosophy Department and Center for Teaching & Learning interviews faculty and staff from across Marquette about their favorite tools and tips for teaching in remote, blended, and face-to-face settings.
Have a tip or tool you would like to share? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
On-line Colleague Companions
As we continue remote instruction for summer, the CTL will offer virtual one-on-one consultations with our online colleague companions. This is to support your teaching-related needs you may have, specifically in the realm of the online teaching environment.
We will offer mentoring, online open office hours, one-on-one consultations, and support for questions you may have about your online/remote teaching practice. Consultations can be about any teaching-related questions.
Please email the CTL for additional information or to schedule a consultation.