Dorothe Bach, Associate Director of the CTE, was recently awarded an All-University Teaching Award. Comments supporting her nomination and shared during the awards banquet follow: “Michael Palmer, Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence, was quoted as saying, “Professor Dorothe… Read More
Lindsay Wheeler is the CTE’s newest Assistant Director. Lindsay will lead the Center’s STEM Education Initiatives. To learn more about Lindsay and her role in the CTE, click here.
UVA’s Center for Teaching Excellence and the Arts & Sciences Learning Design & Technology group are collaborating To develop a Undergraduate Learning Assistant program to help support the teaching of large-enrollment courses. Read More
The CTE wins it’s 3rd national award from the POD Network in as many years—it’s 2nd Innovation Award—for work on c3Design . Based closely on our internationally-recognized Course Design Institute, c3Design is a highly interactive online learning environment that guides… Read More
The CTE’s award-winning work on student perceptions of syllabi is highlighted in the inaugural SoundIDEA Podcast produced by IDEA. Listen here.
Barnett, who in 1990 established the University of Virginia’s Center for Teaching Excellence (then known as the Teaching Resource Center), has helped create a cultural shift at universities nationwide toward emphasizing student learning. Read More
Ignite, funded by Jefferson Trust, is program that provides new faculty with invaluable preparation for the 21st classroom. To view the full article: http://jeffersontrust.org/news/mar-16-newsletter-ignite-supporting-the-next-generation-of-uva-faculty/ Supporting the Next Generation of UVa Faculty for Teaching Excellence
University professor introduces “Science of Learning” course. Read More
“Ignite,” a pilot program of UVA’s Center for Teaching Excellence, gives new instructors the support and resources they need to be effective in their classrooms right from the start. Read More
Michael Palmer, managing director of the Center for Teaching Excellence and colleagues Lindsay Wheeler and Itiya Aneece recently won the 2015 Robert J. Menges Award for Outstanding Research in Educational Development from the Professional & Organizational Development Network in Higher Education. Read More