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.
2013-2014 FLCs Announced - Apply Now
Achieving Integrated, Transformative Immersion Experiences at Xavier - begins August 2013
Deeper Integration of Gender and Diversity Issues in the Classroom - begins August 2013
Faculty Legacy Projects - begins August 2013
Gamification - begins January 2014
Quantitative Literacy across the Curriculum - begins January 2014
Applications for the FLCs starting in fall 2013 are now being accepted. The deadline for applying is May 17, 2013, although applications will continue to be accepted if the FLCs are not full by that date.
Faculty Learning Communities are cross-disciplinary groups of 8-12 faculty, led by one or two facilitators, that engage in a year-long collaboration dedicated to exploring one theme or aspect related to teaching and learning.
2013 CTE Faculty in Residence Announced
The CTE is happy to announce that Ann Marie Tracey (Accountancy and Business Law) will serve as the CTE Faculty in Residence for fall 2013. The CTE Faculty in Residence opens her/his classroom for observation several times during the semester and also offers sessions for staff. Dr. Tracey will be showcasing BLAW 300 Legal Environment of Business for this program.