The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning provides high-quality professional development which reflects best practices in teaching and learning.

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Submissions from 2019

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Creating a Classroom of Integrity: Four Strategies, Tricia Bertram-Gallant

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Reinventing the 21st Century Professor, John Boyer

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Small Teaching: Workshop #2, Belinda Deal

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Making Informed Decisions: Smartphones, Laptops, and Learning, Ashley Waggoner Denton

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Student Success, What Does it Really Mean?, Susan Doty, Danielle Bailey, Gregory Bock, and Mark Owens

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Scholar Works Workshop, Terra Gullings

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Building Student Resilience, Kimberly Harvey-Livingston

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How to Deal with Classroom Disruptions, Kimberly Harvey-Livingston and David Hill

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Assignments with Impact: Innovative Assignments and Feedback Strategies to Engage Students, Jean Mandernach

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Culture Shock and College Success, Cynthia Martinez

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Employment of International Students, Cynthia Martinez

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Not All Classrooms Have Four Walls, Cynthia Martinez

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Library Tools & Services to Support Success, Sarah Norrell

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Faculty 180 Workshop, Cheryl D. Parker

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Advancing from Assistant to Associate Professor, Colleen Swain

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Advancing From Associate to Full Professor, Colleen Swain

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Characteristics of the UT Tyler Student, Colleen Swain

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Team Based Learning, Jody Takemoto and Leanne Coyne

Submissions from 2018

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An Introduction to Virtual Reality, Leanne Coyne

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Introduction to Building Activities for Desktop VR, Leanne Coyne

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Introduction to Building Activities for Mobile VR, Leanne Coyne

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Small Teaching: Workshop #1 - Everyday Lessons from the Science of Learning, Belinda Deal

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Social Media Panel, Julie Delello, Laura Lamb, Rochell McWhorter, and Gail Johnson

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TouchCast Studio Presentation, Julie Delello and Sooah Park

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If We Learn Like That, Why Do We Teach Like This?, Robert Duke