and Assessment Center (TLAC)
Wayne Hall 304
West Chester, PA 19383
Applications for professional development funds sponsored by CELT to support teaching, learning and assessment are available for faculty members during the spring of each year. Professonal development funding can be obtained for up to $2000. Applicants must follow certain guidelines in order to be considered eligible for a grant. To learn helpful hints for a successful subission click HERE.
Do you have a pedagogy-related project that you are eager to implement during the 2016-2017 academic year?
The Committee for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) can fund pedagogy-related activities that actively engage students in learning, and that will result in improved student learning. These funds can be used to support faculty development, curriculum integration, and/or the strategic plan, Building on Excellence. We invite you to apply for CELT Professional Development Funding for up to $2,000 for activities to be carried out in the 2016-2017 academic year. The activities MUST be completed between July 1, 2016 – May 12, 2017. They can NOT be completed prior to these dates.
Access the Call for Proposals here.
All tenured, tenure-track, and regular part-time (RPT) faculty, excluding current members of CELT, are eligible for awards on a competitive basis. Proposals are due February 15, 2016 at noon. Proposals should be submitted as a single PDF to Evelyn Doran, EDoran@wcupa.edu.
Donna Sanderson, one of this year’s recipients of CELT funds, will be hosting a brown bag workshop entitled, “How to Write a Strong Proposal” on December 2, 2015 from 12:00-12:45 in Wayne 303.
Click HERE to find various resources and practical tips you can use to improve teaching and student learning.
In May 2015 several English Faculty members as well as an external speaker spoke on the topic of Lesson Study. Lesson study is a form of professonal development in which a team of professors collaboratively plan, research, and study their lesson instruction as a way to determine how students learn best. Click on the resources below from the workshop.