The Center for Teaching Excellence aims to support Xavier faculty in creating rich, collaborative learning environments that challenge our students intellectually, morally, and spiritually. The Center will promote effective teaching that is reflective, engaging, creative, and informed by both pedagogical and disciplinary knowledge.
2015 CTE Faculty in Residence Program
Description and Nomination Form
The Faculty Advisory Committee will select a single course that will be taught in CLC 308 and opened to groups of faculty observers on several occasions. In addition, the faculty instructor of this course will offer a series of lectures for Xavier staff and alumni on topics related to the course. This program directly supports the CTE's mission, in particular its promotion of "effective teaching that is reflective, engaging, creative, and informed by both pedagogical and disciplinary knowledge." For more information and to nominate a faculty member, click here.
Call for Applications to define a Faculty Learning Community
The CTE is soliciting applications to define new FLCs for 2015-2016. Either one or a pair of faculty facilitators may propose topics. The FLCs should be topic-based and not primarily cohort-based. For guidelines, please click here.
The FLCs will meet for one year and can begin in either August 2015 or January 2016.The CTE Faculty Advisory Committee members will evaluate and select successful proposals.
We anticipate that in addition to FLCs selected through this process, there will be FLCs designated for core-related topics.