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The Center for Teaching Excellence

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Matthew Gay, Zachary Dubocq, and Adam Schindelor designed smart phone apps as student associates of the Smart Phone FLC.

What is the Center for Teaching Excellence?

The Center is a community where:

  • We support long-term and short-term communities for faculty growth and inquiry (e.g., FLCs, FLINGs, workshops/seminars);

  • We support innovative teaching through projects, grants and awards (e.g., Top 25 project, grants, Knox award);

  • We bring to Miami the best of the scholarship of teaching and learning (e.g., Lilly Conference on College Teaching, Journal on Excellence in College Teaching);

  • We support departments and programs in their work to assess their effectiveness as educators in their discipline;

  • We work with other programs to enhance and celebrate teaching and learning at Miami.

Our mission is to embody and promote engagement with scholarly and reflective teaching practices to support the intellectual development of faculty and students as members of a diverse community.

What are people saying?

I value the opportunity to learn from other Miami faculty who are from different disciplines across the university. I value studying and learning more about how to enhance critical thinking and student learning in higher education, this information will improve my teaching.
--FLC participant

Contact Us:

317 Laws Hall • 551 E. High St., Oxford, OH 45056 • 513-529-9266 • celt.miamioh.edu

Please note our new name. We are now the Center for Teaching Excellence.

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