Personalized Professional Development: Your Invitation to Be Curious
At the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence, we believe that professional development should be practical, convenient, and inspiring. We’ve done the research, considered the options, and, most importantly, listened to our faculty. As educators, your needs, motivations, and interests vary, so your professional development options should too. Our CTLs are opportunities to explore innovative teaching practices, learn more about evidence-informed instructional strategies, and try out the latest educational technologies – all at your own pace.
CTLs are offered throughout the year, and registration occurs each semester. Most courses take participants about an hour to complete. To register for any of the offerings, complete the CTL Registration. Even though the CTLs are self-paced, each course has a CTLE facilitator to help guide you through the process and to answer any questions you may have as you work through the material. Upon completion of CTLs, participants are awarded digital badges and points on the Faculty Leaderboard.
Do you have an idea for a future course? Are you Interested in a specific topic? Let us know! Our new course catalog is designed to be adaptive and responsive to your interests. We’re constantly adding to the course offerings, so be sure to share your ideas!
CTL 138 - Introduction to Hybrid Teaching at Saint Leo is a prerequisite for this course.
Preparation and organization are essential for a successful hybrid course. When it comes to hybrid course design, you will want to consider the most effective ways to deliver the instructional content and learning activities. In this self-paced, project-based course, you will determine the various components of each module and then plan the activities, materials, and assessments for the first four modules/weeks of your hybrid course.
CTL 115 - Introduction to Universal Design for Learning is a prerequisite for this course.
This self-paced course is designed to provide learners with a deeper understanding of the principles and guidelines of UDL to develop or revise course content that extends the use of multiple means of engagement, presentation, and expression. Topics include how to use the UDL Guidelines to plan lessons, choose materials, assess learning, and improve instructional practice.