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Center for the Advancement of Teaching & Learning

CATL

Consultation
 
The CATL team is back on campus in our new office for the Fall semester. We are now located in Cofrin Library 405, Mon.–Fri., 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. We welcome you to schedule a consultation to meet with a CATL member—either in person or remotely. We'll continue to offer programming primarily online with the potential for in-person events later in the semester.
 

Latest News

This workshop featured four instructors who did a “show and tell” about how they incorporated lessons from the pandemic into their teaching. They then fielded questions from the audience. Now, through the magic of video technology, we are extending that workshop to those who were not able to attend the live event.
Find all of CATL's fall events, trainings, and other opportunities all in one place! We have office hours, teaching tool workshops and presentations, and several other events on the calendar already with more to come.
The Provost’s Office has launched a Distance Education Certificate program. With the help of the CARES Act and the Provost’s Office, instructors who participate will earn stipends for completing courses in the program. Anyone developing or reconfiguring a course for any of the distance education modalities is encouraged to participate.

 

Instructional Development Institute

IDI 2021  |   Making Meaningful Connections 

Jan. 19 & 21  |   Virtual

The Instructional Development Institute is held at UW-Green Bay each January hosted by the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning and the Instructional Development Council. This conference features a series of workshops and presentations exploring teaching & learning practices, pedagogical issues, specific challenges in instruction, high-impact practices, and more.

Our Mission

We partner with faculty to promote a culture of continuous improvement in teaching by investigating and engaging with evidence-based best practices, professional development opportunities, the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL), and the cultivation of reflective learning communities. Our ultimate goal is to engender lifelong learning in instructors to enhance the student experience.