Faculty Leaderboard

Center for Teaching & Learning Excellence

Overview

Welcome to the CTLE Faculty Leaderboard! Everyone knows the CTLE offers multiple opportunities for professional development. This leaderboard was created to encourage faculty to participate in various professional development opportunities such as Faculty Development Days, Base Camps, Webinars, TLC's and Courses for Teaching and Learning, we want to encourage you to apply what you learn, and share that knowledge and experience with other faculty.    

The Competition

Not only will faculty engage in professional development, but they can also engage in a little friendly competition with one another in the process. Whether you choose to compete against colleagues or against other departments or colleagues this exciting twist will add a little bit of fun to our professional development experiences. Each academic year (August 1-July 31) the top 3 faculty members receiving the most points will earn recognition and prizes. Even if you don’t want to compete, you can see your list of professional development participation as it accumulates.


How can you earn points

There are several ways to earn points on the leaderboard.   

  1. Attend a CTLE event.   Events include faculty development days, webinars, and other CTLE sponsored events or courses. 
  2. Moderate an event.  If you moderate during one of our faculty development days, you can earn 50 points. 
  3. Apply & Reflect - To complete the “apply and reflect,” component, you must take a teaching strategy, concept or tool that you have recently learned and apply it to your teaching.  Example: After attending a CTLE webinar on Active learning strategies, you apply one or more of the strategies you learned from the webinar into your classes. Once you have applied the strategy, you will complete the reflection form on how it impacted the teaching and learning in your class. 
    1. Reflection Questions/Comments: 
      1. How did it impact your teaching? 
      2. How did it impact student learning? 
      3. What went well?  
      4. What needs to be changed or improved?
      5. List the resources you used in your application. 

        Once you have answered the questions, please complete the reflection form to receive points.   
4. Sharing/Presenting at a CTLE event.  Share with the academic community a teaching strategy, discovery, or technology tool that you’ve learned through CTLE participation and have subsequently incorporated into your teaching. 

Examples of sharing can include  

      1. Presentations for faculty development days or CTLE webinars 
      2. Presentations at College or Department meetings 
      3.  Videos about teaching strategies or tech tools created and shared on the CTLE website 
      4. Lead workshops 
      5. Published Articles 

Interaction 

Points (per hour) 

Eligible Events 

Attend  

100 

Moderate 

50 

Participate 

100 per meeting 

Facilitate 

100 

Apply & Reflect 

500 

Share/Present 

300 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Points will be awarded for completing CTL’s based on their estimated hour for completion.  

(Example: 1 hour CTL = 100 points; 3-hour CTL = 300 points) 


Important Reminders

  • When attending a CTLE event, make sure you login using your Saint Leo Zoom account.
  • If you would like your name removed from the leaderboard, email your request to ctle@saintleo.edu.