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CTE Workshops


The Center for Teaching Excellence offers many different workshops covering a wide range of topics ranging from classroom management and course design to instructional technology and inclusive teaching. They are offered on a consistent schedule each semester. The workshops are informal and interactive and offer faculty and staff a safe environment to share and discuss their experiences. The Center also offers graduate student-specific workshops through the Academy of Future Faculty program. 
Mon Aug 13
Fall 2018 CTE Workshops

Faculty Professional Development in Teaching


Other CTE Events


The Center is deeply involved in a wide range of programs and initiatives across the entire University. Over the course of the year it sponsors and helps support many different academic and social events such as showcases, receptions, and luncheons—all of which aim to highlight and recognize the achievements and successes related to teaching and learning at Texas A&M University.  


One of the University’s major initiatives is to provide TAMU students with transformative learning experiences. The Humanizing Education, Learning, and Leadership On/Offline (HELLO2) program is designed to provide faculty and staff opportunities to learn more about the following focus areas:
1.         Active Learning and Student Engagement
2.         Transformational Teaching and Learning
3.         Learner-Centered Teaching
4.         Instructional Technology for Student Learning and Engagement
Upon successful completion of the program, participants will receive a certificate through the Center for Teaching Excellence.
Participants will complete the following requirements over 2 consecutive long semesters.


  1. Attend a total of 7 workshops (1 program overview session, 3 required sessions, and 3 elective sessions). Participants will complete the program overview session first. All other sessions can be taken in any order. Program sessions will be facilitated by the Center for Teaching Excellence, Instructional Technology Services, Center for Disability and Development, Disability Services, and the College of Liberal Arts.  


  1. Participants will work individually with a Center for Teaching Excellence Instructional Consultant. These 2 required meetings may include discussions on teaching philosophy, course syllabus, and other topics related to transformational instruction.

For more information, please contact Dr. Nate Poling at npoling@tamu.edu. 

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