Mission Statement: To be an educational beacon for our faculty by providing developmental and pedagogical resources required for maintaining and improving didactical skills across educational modalities. Thus, we emphasize the importance of life-long learning to support the development of phenomenal instructors.
The Rothwell Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence (CTLE-W) provides faculty with information regarding faculty development and training opportunities. Our department encompasses and makes available course enrollment information, course syllabi resources and access to our Rothwell CTLE Resource Site, located within our Canvas Learning Management System.
Our Center has included tools such as a modality requirements matrix to help faculty understand all FACD requirements needed to be approved to teach in each modality.
CTLE-W also offers valuable resources regarding the Worldwide Standard Syllabus process and template, accompanied by journal subscription service links that are used to provide access to the most up-to-date research in the area of teaching and learning, along with providing examples to improve the overall teaching practices of our global faculty.
Submissions from 2017
UDL and What it Means for Online Instructors, Angela Atwell
Creating a Virtual Community of Practice for Online Adjunct Faculty, Angela Atwell, Cristina Cottom, Lisa Martino, and Sara Ombres
Virtual Faculty Learning Communities: Making an Impact from a Distance, Angela Atwell, Cristina Cottom, and Sara Ombres
New Adjunct Faculty Outreach, Cristina Cottom
Supporting English Learners in Your Online Courses, Cristina Cottom
Submissions from 2016
Inclusive Strategies for the Global Virtual Classroom, Angela Atwell
Learning: It's Personal, Angela Atwell
Online Classroom Culture Best Practices, Lisa Martino
Submissions from 2015
Submissions from 2014
Promoting Safety Through Research, Rita "Rene" Herron Ph.D. and MK Gorman