The Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) is a resource for adjunct and full-time faculty, offering workshops, luncheon discussions, and individual consultations as well as a variety of print and electronic resource material. Drawing primarily from the strengths of the teaching community at SMCC, the Center offers workshops dealing with classroom issues and teaching methodology as well as the use of technology.
Specific programs can be developed by request to meet individual, department, or campus-wide needs.
To view upcoming events see the calendar further down this page.
Topics of past workshops have included Classroom Assessment Techniques, Active Learning, Classroom Action Research, Learner-Centered Teaching, Cooperative Learning, Dealing with Difficult Students, Linked Courses, and the Virtual Library. For a list of upcoming workshops see the CTE Calendar.
or look at the CTE Calendar for a list of upcoming luncheons.
Whether it's learning how to set up a projector for a PowerPoint presentation or how to make your students more actively involved in the classroom, there are a variety of experts available on campus to help you. Consultations are confidential and can include a variety of techniques from classroom observations or video taping, to small group instructional diagnosis (SGID).
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