Teaching & Learning Strategies Seminar
The Teaching and Learning Strategies Seminar accepts up to five faculty each year to work on a teaching-related project of their own design and participate in a weekly teaching seminar.
Farmhouse Writing Fellows
This spring the Farm is piloting a Farmhouse Writing Fellows program in partnership with the Center for Teaching and Learning. Fellows will be given dedicated writing space to work on a scholarly or pedagogical project.
Reaching All Our Students
Join us Tuesday, December 2nd for the next roundtable in the "Reaching All Our Students" series. Erin O'Hea (Psychology) will lead us in a discussion of how she works to motivate and engage all the students in her courses.
Active Learning Reading Group
In conjunction with the launch of their new collaborative classroom, the library is hosting an "active learning technologies" reading group to discuss a variety of technological tools and how they can be used to better engage students in the classroom.
Pedagogy Travel Grants
All faculty are eligible to apply for travel grants through the Center for Teaching and Learning in order to fund their participation in teaching-related workshops and conferences. Proposals are due the first of every month.
Established in 2007, the Center for Teaching and Learning supports Stonehill's teaching mission by providing dedicated services and resources to our faculty. Staffed by a full-time director, the CTL consults confidentially with faculty about classroom concerns, organizes small and large group conversations around timely pedagogical questions, and supports faculty research about teaching.
If you are interested in learning more about the CTL or would like to arrange a meeting with the director, please don't hesitate to contact us. We look forward to working with you!