- Quality Teaching
- Core Areas
We at the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) are excited to introduce you to our "We Care About Quality Teaching Campaign."
This campaign showcases how the CTL supports the OSU Quality Teaching (QT) Framework and Student Learning Experiences (SLE) instrument endorsed by the faculty senate (2021). Bookmark this page for many opportunities we offer to support and celebrate quality teaching.
Quality Teaching (QT) Campaign for 2022/2023.
Spring 2023 CTL Programming.
Want to learn more about core areas of pedagogy or discuss a pedagogical challenge? We are here for you. To schedule a 1-on-1 teaching consultation contact [email protected].
Explore our resources using the drop down menus above or take the CUETIP (College and University Educator Teaching Inventory and Practices), a quick pedagogical area self-test.
NEED HELP NOW? Visit our Teaching Hub for pedagogical help, academic technologies help (Canvas, Zoom), and more.
Wondering about the pros and cons of generative AI tools in teaching and learning? What can you tell your students? For guidance and resources, see ChatGPT and Other AI Tools.
Join the Career Development Center in the fall 2023 cohort of Career Champions! We’ll map the curriculum of a particular class or program to the NACE Career Readiness Competencies, add a career component to a class/program, and examine how to improve our teaching and mentoring practices to better serve first-generation students, students of color, and students with high financial need. Topics covered include: the hidden curriculum, imposter syndrome, the bias inherent in professionalism standards, and more. Applications accepted until June 9th.
Center for Teaching and Learning Fellows Program 2023 Showcase & Discussion: You are invited!
Register now using ONID! Monday, June 12th from 10:00 to 10:50 a.m. Hear highlights from CTL Fellows in the Colleges of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences; Engineering; Science; and Cascades. Then, join a discussion on what’s next in strengthening teaching and learning. Consider how partnering with the program can play a critical role in enhancing and innovating your college’s teaching faculty in the upcoming year. Contact [email protected].