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CETL Lessons from the Center for Excellence in Teaching in Learning

2013-14 UW System
Wisconsin Teaching Fellows and Scholars Program
(Application Deadline Oct. 26, 2012)

Candidates for these programs must be exceptional teachers who publicly share their expertise and demonstrate leadership.  The Wisconsin Teaching Fellows group will include outstanding early-career, untenured faculty and teaching academic staff. The Wisconsin Teaching Scholars group will include outstanding tenured faculty and experienced academic staff. Participants in the WTFS Program should be familiar with Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) research. Each participant undertakes a significant SoTL project, records the project’s progress on an electronic poster, collaborates with other Fellows and Scholars in project design, and shares the project and its results in public forums. Teaching Fellows and Scholars are expected to serve as leaders and mentors in campus and UW System SoTL work. Each UW institution may nominate two candidates for the 2013-14 WTFS Program. Each participant will receive $4,000 in financial support from their institution and a $500 S&E grant from OPID. Application and additional information can be found here.

Provost’s Teaching and Learning Summit
Civic Engagement and Student Learning
October 22 – 26

“ An education that teaches you to understand something about the world has done only half of the assignment. The other half is to teach you to do something about making the world a better place. ”
~Johnnetta Cole, Director of the National Museum of African Art

Please join the UW Oshkosh community as we explore how civic knowledge and engagement contribute to students' learning. Register here.

Civic knowledge consists of an awareness and understanding of the various political and social processes that impact the nature and quality of life in local, state, national, or global communities. It also encompasses the cultivation of skills that may be useful in public life, like effective communication and ethical reasoning. Civic engagement means having an appreciation for and applying the values gained from civic knowledge in real-world settings, directed at improving the quality of life in the communities of which one is a part. Civic knowledge and civic engagement emphasize learning, reflection, and action in order to create better communities. (UW Oshkosh USP Definition of Civic Knowledge and Engagement)

Register for all CETL events at: uwosh.edu/cetl

 

Key Initiatives:

  • Inclusive Excellence
  • Global Connections
  • Sustainability
  • Assessment
  • Undergraduate Student Research
  • Essential Learning Outcomes
  • Instructional Technology
  • First-Year Experience

 

Questions or Comments?
Contact Eric Brunsell, CETL Coordinator, at cetl@uwosh.edu.

Watch for CETL Lessons each Thursday of the Fall 2012 Semester!
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