Weekly Reflection

Weekly Reflection Podcast 5: The Many Faces of Participation

by Gina Merys, Assistant Director for Faculty & Graduate Student Development, Reinert CTTL This is the Weekly Reflection podcast from Saint Louis University’s Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning. Each week, we focus on a topic that fits with our theme for the 2012-2013 academic year, Engaging All Learners. Each reflection loosely follows the five-part… Continue reading Weekly Reflection Podcast 5: The Many Faces of Participation

Weekly Reflection

Weekly Reflection Podcast 4: Intentional Flexibility

by Gina Merys, Assistant Director for Faculty & Graduate Student Development, Reinert CTTL This is the Weekly Reflection podcast from Saint Louis University’s Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning. Each week, we focus on a topic that fits with our theme for the 2012-2013 academic year, Engaging All Learners. Each reflection loosely follows the five-part… Continue reading Weekly Reflection Podcast 4: Intentional Flexibility

Reviews

Ken Bain’s Back and This Time He Has Advice for Students

by Sandy Gambill, Instructional Designer Ken Bain, the author of the award-winning book, What the Best College Teachers Do is back with the newly released, What the Best College Students Do. Published in 2004, What The Best College Teachers Do is the product of a 15-year study of 100 teachers in a variety of settings. It has… Continue reading Ken Bain’s Back and This Time He Has Advice for Students

Weekly Reflection

Weekly Reflection Podcast 3: Intercultural Competence in the Classroom

by Gina Merys, Assistant Director for Faculty & Graduate Student Development, Reinert CTTL This is the Weekly Reflection podcast from Saint Louis University’s Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning. Each week, we focus on a topic that fits with our theme for the 2012-2013 academic year, Engaging All Learners. Each reflection loosely follows the five-part… Continue reading Weekly Reflection Podcast 3: Intercultural Competence in the Classroom

15-Year Anniversary

15 Things to Know About the CTTL

by Dipti Subramaniam, Divya Subramaniam, and Erin Solomon, Graduate Assistants in the Reinert CTTL In honor of the 15th anniversary of the Reinert Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning (CTTL), we would like to share 15 things about the Center’s history, mission and vision, and how we enact our vision through the services and programs we… Continue reading 15 Things to Know About the CTTL

15-Year Anniversary

Encyclopedias in Tweed?

by Nathaniel Rivers, English This short podcast is equal parts a mediation on, an articulation of, and a call for transformative teaching and learning. As an English professor specializing in rhetorical theory, I like to mix my epideictic, forensic, and deliberative rhetoric. Having been present for Debra Lohe’s eloquent keynote at the 15th Anniversary celebration for… Continue reading Encyclopedias in Tweed?