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.

Recorded workshops & resources

Missed a workshop? No problem! Check out our video recordings, handouts, and other materials.

General pedagogy support for faculty Recorded training Video series
Inclusive teaching Teaching & Learning workshops Race, racism, becoming an anti-racist
Designing an effective syllabus D2L & Tech workshops Our favorite things
Ignatian Pedagogy Archive / other past sessions  

One-on-one Consultations

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.

Upcoming Events - Summer / Fall 2021

Stepping up Your D2L Game (via Microsoft Teams)
August 4, 9:00 a.m.
As we learned over the past academic year, making connections is important to student learning.  Cultivate a supportive environment by discovering ways to communicate asynchronously and synchronously in D2L. Topics include: recent D2L updates; a review of other tools such as OBS Studio and H5P to create demo videos or learning objects; and a general discussion of the ways you can continue using your LMS to support student learning AND your ease of classroom management!

THURSDAY AFTERNOON RECORD CLUB
Starting September 16, 2021
Music can be an effective pedagogical tool for student engagement and learning. Thursday Afternoon Record Club combines the intellectual atmosphere of a book club with the exciting and influential world of music. Created out of a pandemic as a respite for music lovers to gather to talk about music, we will explore important albums both past and present and the album’s significance on cultural, political, and artistic fronts.
Questions? Contact Jennifer.maney@marquette.edu

 

Welcome Back Social Open House
August 26 – 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Come join us
Join the Center for Teaching & Learning and Digital Learning teams to meet each other in-person after so many virtual meet-ups last year! We will have some appetizers and adult refreshments and would love to see so many of you we (hopefully) supported in 2020-2021. We will have an open house from 3:00-5:00 in the CTL Classroom (330B), located on the third floor of the Raynor Library. Come help us kickoff the new year as we say thank you for everything you did and continue to do to support our Marquette students! Bring your ideas for how we can best support you! And maybe win a prize while you’re here!

FACULTY/INSTRUCTOR DIVERSITY BOOK CLUB FALL 2021
"
Women Authors We All Should Read"
Starting September 17, 2021