The Center for Teaching Excellence
The Center for Teaching Excellence promotes engaged and effective college teaching that cultivates significant learning for St. Edward's students. The CTE fosters a campus culture that values a diversity of learning, teaching, and disciplinary styles; promotes honest discussions of teaching; assists St. Edward's faculty in developing courses; facilitates the exchange of ideas about teaching and learning among faculty; offers resources for faculty, collaborates with Instructional Computing to promote technology resources for teaching; and recognizes outstanding teachers with teaching awards.
Books & Coffee Reading Group: Teaching, Technology, and Liberal Education in a Digital Age
Spring semester, 5 meetings, Mondays 2:00 - 3:30 pm
Peer-to-Peer Teaching Exchange
New this spring, the Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Teaching Exchange Program was created to give St. Edward's instructors the opportunity to learn about teaching from one another and to build mutually supportive relationships with colleagues. The program is open to all St. Edward's faculty -- both full-time and adjunct.
Sign up for spring 2013
Review our schedule for information about upcoming events.
Focus on Faculty
St. Edward's congratulates the 2011-2012 winners of teaching and advising awards.
|Distinguished Teaching Career Award||Joanne Sanchez, New College|
|Distinguished Teaching Awards||
Kelley Coblentz Bautch, Humanities
Jennifer Greene, New College
|Outstanding Adjunct Teaching Award||Mary Reilly, University Programs|
|Hudspeth Award for Innovative Instruction||
Jason Rosenblum, University Programs
Robert Strong, University Programs