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the Center for Teaching Excellence

The Center for Teaching Excellence was established to promote and encourage a culture of excellence in teaching and learning at Cleveland State University. go to student success committee Please use your CSU ID and password to access

CFDL Faculty Workshop in Fall 2014

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Utilizing CITDL Services

CTE logoHave you ever wanted to explore new ways of teaching but weren't sure what kinds of teaching tools were available? Have you ever known what kind of teaching tool you needed but were unable to find it? Please join the Center for Instructional Technology and Distance Learning as they showcase a number of creative solutions developed for individual faculty, classrooms and departments. During this seminar you'll learn more about the process of consulting with the Center to bring your teaching ideas to life.

When: September 23, 2014 11:30am-12:30pm
Where: RT 401 (Library)
Audience: All CSU faculty, lecturers, adjuncts, part-time faculty, teaching assistants, and doctoral students are welcome

Classroom Discipline and the Student Code of Conduct

CTE logo The Center for Faculty Development and Leadership (formerly CTE) announces this year's series of workshops on student success and improving instruction. All faculty, especially new faculty members, adjuncts, and teaching assistants are encouraged to attend this workshop.
The presenter for this session is Ms. Valerie Hinton-Hannah, who is CSU's student judicial officer. The purpose of this session is to provide a complete overview of CSU's Student Code of Conduct, describe the campus disciplinary process, and discuss specific examples of student behaviors and the ways in which they are addressed on campus.

When: September 30, 2014 11:30am-12:30pm
Where: RT 401 (Library)
Audience: All faculty, especially new, adjunct faculty and teaching assistants

Using the QM Rubric to Jumpstart your course development in Blackboard

CTE logo Wondering what Quality Matters (QM) is all about? Did you know that CSU has a QM Design Template, a course design tool that can help you incorporate QM standards into your courses? During this brown bag session, we will answer these questions and discuss best practices in course design. QM is a nationally accepted, research-based continuous improvement model for assuring the quality of online courses. The CSU QM Template was created by the Center for eLearning specifically for CSU faculty and course designers; to help them integrate QM's student-centered standards into online and hybrid courses. Whether you are new to designing online or hybrid courses, or wish to learn more about the benefits of using the QM as a design standard, this session is right for you.

When: October 9, 2014 11:30am-12:30pm
Where: RT 401 (Library)
Audience: All CSU faculty, lecturers, adjuncts, part-time faculty, teaching assistants, and doctoral students are welcome

Using Social Media in Your Course

CTE logo Are you curious about how educators can use various social media tools to enhance the learning experience for students? Social media can be a powerful tool used in the classroom to engage students with content and each other. This workshop will introduce you to some of the more popular forms of social media, including YouTube, Google+, Instagram, Twitter and Tumblr and discuss how many educators apply social media to flip the conventional teaching model to make classroom and homework experiences meaningful for students.

When: October 16, 2014 11:30am-12:30pm
Where: RT 401 (Library)
Audience: All CSU faculty, lecturers, adjuncts, part-time faculty, teaching assistants, and doctoral students are welcome

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Mailing Address
Cleveland State University
Center for Teaching Excellence
Main Classroom Building Room 212
2121 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44115-2214
Campus Location
Main Classroom Building
Room MC 212
216.687.5502
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