Engaging Students in the "Flipped" Classroom
Join us this spring for a Faculty Learning Community on "flipping" the classroom, moving content coverage outside the classroom so that class time can be devoted to more active student engagement. Email Stacy Grooters by December 16th to sign up!
Open Classroom Initiative
To encourage faculty to open their classrooms to each other, the CTL will pick up the lunch tab for any faculty who visit another's class.
Supporting Our Students
The CTL will once again be partnering this year with Counseling Services and the Office of Disability Services to offer the Supporting Our Students series of roundtables and workshops. A highlight will be an AD Day workshop on "Working with Students with Asperger Syndrome."
SOTL Writing Retreat
Every May a group of faculty working on Scholarship of Teaching and Learning projects gather for four days of writing and discussion. The SOTL Writing Retreat is open to all Stonehill faculty.
CTL Faculty Fellows
CTL Fellows are Stonehill faculty who contribute their time and expertise to furthering the CTL's mission and initiatives. Our current fellows are focusing their work on diversity, SOTL, and writing pedagogy.
Mid-semester Feedback Services
The CTL provides confidential services to faculty who wish to gather mid-semester feedback from their students. We work with faculty to customize our class visits to meet the faculty member's needs.
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!