The Center for Collaborative Teaching and Learning (CCTL) welcomes you to its inaugural event! We invite the Wheaton College community to an interactive session (reception to follow) led by Peter Felten. Peter Felten is Professor of History and Executive Director of the Center for Engaged Learning at Elon University: The Undergraduate Experience: What Matters Most for […]
Both lectures and active learning can be effective teaching practices, but how can we do them in ways that align with how people actually learn? In this presentation, Floyd Cheung shares a variety of teaching techniques as well as some of the research and theories that undergird them. Dr. Floyd Cheung is the Vice President for […]
Join Dr. Chanelle Wilson, Bryn Mawr College, and Mercedes Davis, Haverford College ’20, as they facilitate an interactive workshop about student-faculty partnerships and co-teaching as a form of anti-racist pedagogy.
This workshop will introduce participants to the neuroscience based principles of Universal Design for Learning, how these principles are applied, and why it should matter to us and our students.