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Morrill Hall at Iowa State University

Professional development opportunities for deeper learning with CELT

Are your faculty interested in exploring professional development opportunities with CELT? Applications to each of these three key programs are due by August 1, with notification of status occurring by August 15. Click the links below to learn more about each program. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Scholars ProgramThe SoTL Scholars Program involves faculty … Continue reading Professional development opportunities for deeper learning with CELT

Student taking selfie at a graduation ceremony at Iowa State University

Congratulations on the end of this historic academic year (Teaching Tip)

Congratulations on the end of this historic academic year We did it! We persevered as educators, learners, and members of the Cyclone community. Celebrate innovation; see our first collection of CELT Teaching Briefs from our faculty and teaching community. This collection reminds us of the importance of student engagement, community building, and practice –the same powerful pedagogies adapted … Continue reading Congratulations on the end of this historic academic year (Teaching Tip)

Morrill Hall at Iowa State University

CELT is hiring a Communication Specialist II

CELT is seeking a dedicated communications specialist II to work on internal and external communications projects. This position develops new and revised content for the CELT website, teaching tips, social media, and other outlets. Also, they will handle logistics and scheduling for CELT programs. For the job description and application process, review the CELT Communication … Continue reading CELT is hiring a Communication Specialist II

Effective assessments in an asynchronous, online, large-enrollment chemistry course

Effective assessments in an asynchronous, online, large-enrollment chemistry course, Dr. Cristina Bonaccorsi and Ritushree Chatterjee

Cristina Bonaccorsi, Associate Teaching Professor of Chemistry, and Ritushree Chatterjee, Senior Instructional Designer, ELO, detail different assessment strategies to evaluate learning progress and communicate frequent and constructive feedback, affording students numerous opportunities to self-correct and reflect.