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
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?
The Reinert Center for Transformative Teaching & Learning is pleased to invite members of the SLU community to celebrate a new year, a new name, and a big milestone! This fall marks our 15th anniversary as a comprehensive teaching center (read about the Center’s history here), as well as our first semester operating under our… Continue reading It's a Party!
While The Notebook may be new to some of our readers, our weekly web log, or blog, was first the Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning's quarterly newsletter. Then as now, The Notebook will still chronicle the Center's perspectives on pedagogy, teaching with technology, instructional development, the people involved in our programs, services, and resources,… Continue reading Continuing the Tradition of The Notebook with a Twist: The CTTL's Weekly Blog
by Dr. Gina Merys, Assistant Director for Faculty and Graduate Student Development The Center honored a record number of 50 Certificate in University Teaching Skills recipients at our Spring Ceremony on Friday, 4 May. After warm welcomes from Dr. Debra Rudder Lohe, Director of the Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning, and Dr. Paaige Turner,… Continue reading Congratulations 2012 CUTS Recipients!