Welcome to the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL)
Montgomery College’s Faculty Professional Development Organization
Call for Fall 2014 Workshop Proposals
The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) invites full- and part- time faculty and instructional staff to submit workshop proposals for Fall 2014. If you have an idea for a workshop you would like to offer or a professional development need that’s on your wish list, please send it our way.
Under the CTL’s new model, professional development offerings are requested, planned, and facilitated by faculty…so we need YOU to get involved. We are seeking workshops that address pedagogical practices to promote student learning and professional development needs for faculty at all stages of their careers.
SUBMITTING IS EASY! To submit, complete the simple form at http://cms.montgomerycollege.edu/ctl/pdproposal/
If you have an idea for a workshop you would like to see the CTL offer, but you aren't sure who could facilitate, please email your campus Instructional Designer:
Dr. Carol Annink: firstname.lastname@example.org (Germantown) or Dr. Carol Moore: email@example.com (Rockville and TPSS)
On behalf of everyone at the Center of Teaching and Learning, we thank you for all your contributions and support!
Call for Proposals: MCAPD Eighth Annual Fall Conference - Saturday, October 4, 2014
"Imagining and Reimagining Our Teaching"
The Maryland Consortium for Adjunct Faculty Professional Development is accepting presentation/workshop proposals for its October 4, 2014, conference. Deadline for submission is July 1.
MCAPD’s mission is “to foster comprehensive and innovative adjunct faculty development to improve teaching and enhance student learning.” The annual conference, supported by the Center for Teaching and Learning, will be held at Howard Community College in Columbia.
All proposals must be submitted online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/MCAPD2014
The Mission of the Center for Teaching and Learning
To enhance student learning through the art of teaching by encouraging faculty creativity, innovation, and continual improvement in instruction.
• To encourage use of sound pedagogical techniques in instruction by working with faculty individually and in groups.
• To design, develop and implement faculty activities focusing on teaching effectiveness to promote student learning.
• To support and promote other college initiatives that help faculty effectively reach their students to enhance student learning.
• To support scholarly and pedagogical research.
• To showcase teaching materials, resources, and videos developed by Montgomery College and other faculty members that promote student learning.
The New CTL Model:
Please click here to see the
The New CTL (PDF).