The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL)
The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) offers programs and services to enhance the quality of education at Clark University. These programs are designed to serve faculty and PhD students, are created in response to faculty-identified needs, and are guided by the CETL Steering Committee. The CETL website also serves as a resource for information related to pedagogy and the learning sciences.
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|March 13, 2015
8:30 AM to 3:00 PM
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Tenth Annual Dialogues: A Discourse to Inform Teaching and Learning
Keynote: Charles Blaich, Director, and Kathleen Wise, Associate Director,
We will follow the keynote with two working sessions and participants will have an opportunity to attend both sessions.
* Charlie Blaich and Kathy Wise will discuss their findings to demonstrate the primacy of teaching quality in effecting student learning. The workshop will allow participants an opportunity to interact with them and the data and discuss how this information can assist them at their institutions.
* Donna Qualters, Director for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning and Associate Professor of Community Medicine and Public Health at Tufts University will discuss a faculty change model and outline strategies to enhance instruction and engage faculty on your campus.
NEEAN Member: $110, Non-Member: $190, Grad Student: $50
The NEEAN Dialogues are intended for faculty and administrators. Experienced professionals share their assessment tools and best practices via interactive workshops designed to help make the link among learning, pedagogy and assessment.
To register for NEEAN Dialogues: A Discourse to Inform Teaching & Learning you can access online at
Questions email above or call Carol Bailey Leigh at 207-833-5362. Fax 207-833-5377
April 24, 2015
University of New Hampshire
SAVE THE DATE: Teaching and Learning with Multimedia
The conference will feature presentations on current work on applying science of learning into multimedia commonly used in colleges and universities (good source: R. E. Mayer, Multi-media Learning, 2nd edition, Cambridge University Press, 2009). The conference will be free to registrants, with continental breakfast and lunch served. In addition, complimentary parking on campus will be provided as needed. Your only expense will be getting to and from the conference.
Morning keynote presentationsJan L. Plass, Ph.D. Emotional Design for Multimedia Learning
Afternoon kenynote presentation: Marsha C. Lovett, Cognitively Informed Learning Analytics with Multimedia Instruction
Mid-morning Presentation and Panel: Applying Psychological Science to Learning With Multimedia.
Fri. Nov. 14
9:30 am-10:30 am
McCann Resource Room (Dana Commons)
Shaping the Spoon: Maximizing Your Education Through Faculty Mentorship will feature a panel of faculty and graduate and undergraduate students from Clark and Middlebury College. Learn more about the ways that mentorship can unfold, and get advice on successful mentoring practices. This workshop would be particularly beneficial for those faculty considering serving as a LEEP Project mentor or host.
This event is sponsored by the Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, the Graduate School of Geography, CETL, the HERO program, and the LEEP Center.
Please direct questions about this event to Sarah Cushman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Teaching Resources at Clark
Have a question about teaching about writing, how to design and implement community-based and service learning courses at Clark, how to integrate technology in the classroom? Or do you know where to refer students who are dealing with personal or social issues, have learning or writing difficulties?
Check out the new teaching resources guide! Download Teaching Resource file
ICPSR for Starters: An Introduction to a New Resource for Social Scientists and Historians
This year for the first time Clark has decided to join the other 700 universities and research institutes that constitute the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR). Clark’s membership in the ICPSR opens the door to a treasure trove of data and other resources, and this workshop helps take you across the threshold. Since 1962, the ICPSR has provided unique services to the social science research community. This one-hour workshop offers a brief introduction to these services and then provides an introduction to using the data archive for teaching and research.