The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) supports the teaching success of all members of the Brandeis community who educate Brandeis students.
We promote teaching practices that advance Brandeis' mission as an institution founded on principles of access and social justice, and that are are grounded in research on:
- How students learn in college.
- Equitable teaching/learning practices that reduce systemic inequities in education.
- Faculty achievement in higher education contexts.
We follow the ethical practice guidelines of the POD Network, the professional organization for North American faculty developers.
We invite all members of the Brandeis teaching community to take advantage of CTL services, programs and events as a piece of their own ongoing faculty development and an affirmation of our commitment to increasingly equitable and inclusive teaching/learning and research experiences that benefit students and society.
All our services are open and available virtually! Please join our events and office hours directly from the Faculty Development Calendar and contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 781-736-8322 with suggestions and questions about how the CTL can support your teaching at Brandeis, especially in a hybrid or online format.
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|Research, How to use teaching technologies (i.e., LATTE, VoiceThread, H5P, Perusall, Twine, Voyant, etc.)|