The CTLE grounds its services in evidence-based practices. These include, but are not limited to the following: individual consultations; classroom observations and feedback sessions; syllabus reviews; the development of college, school, and department-specific workshops; assistance in reviewing and responding to student feedback; and knowledge co-creation related to general and specific teaching questions.
These teaching resources are available 24/7.
- The Syracuse University Answers portal offers practical resources on teaching via an extensive searchable database. Check out this example: Align Your Course for Adaptability.
- The CTLE Resources Page provides links to both internal and external resources.
Partnership for Inclusive Education (PIE)
The Partnership for Inclusive Education (PIE) pairs faculty and students for a semester-long exchange of perspectives on teaching and learning in a particular course. Faculty reflect on their teaching goals and strategies in conversation with a student not enrolled in their course. We welcome new and returning faculty partners and student consultants each semester. We are now recruiting partners for fall 2022. For more information visit the CTLE services page.
- Do you need structure to maintain steady progress on a writing project?
- Do you benefit from having regular interactions with colleagues about your writing?
- Does thinking aloud with a colleague help you write?
- Are you motivated by setting specific goals, writing them down, and reporting on your progress?
- Are you likely to write more if you plan times in your calendar for writing, use a timer, and minimize distractions?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, check out our writing group options.
Miss any of these recent sessions? Check out the recordings linked below.
- View the recording of Learning Technologies Re-imagined
- View the recording of Finding Focus: Reclaiming Your Writing in Age of Distractions with James Lang
- View the recording of Learning and Relationships in (and Beyond) Our Courses with Peter Felten
- View the recording of Discussion on Stress-Aware/Trauma-Informed Teaching