These classes for the CCT are being offered this Fall 2017 semester:
- A 697A - Learner Centered Teaching, Erin Dokter
Tuesdays, 3 to 5:30pm in Social Sciences Room 118
This course provides a foundation in learner-centered teaching, and includes theories of adult learning, approaches to course and lesson design, techniques to assess learning, and development of reflective teaching practices. It is appropriate for instructors who want to improve their teaching, and is required for students in the Certificate in College Teaching program.
- IA 697B - Using Technology in Teaching, Gretchen Gibbs
Wednesdays, 4 to 6:50pm in Modern Languages Room 306
This course combines in-depth reading and discussion related to pedagogical issues in the use of technology in teaching and learning with guided, individually focused training and practice in using technology in teaching.
- IA 697G - Universal Design: Inclusive Learning Environments, Sue Howell
This course provides a comprehensive review of the theory, strategies, and techniques used in instructional design processes that foster inclusive learning environments for all learners. The curriculum addresses characteristics of learners such as learning differences and preferences and 21st century learning attributes, approaches for utilizing differentiated instruction, engagement and motivation techniques, classroom management tactics, and universal design strategies. Emphasis will be placed on critical review of the literature as practically applied to various learning environments and contexts in post-secondary education.