The COVID-19 pandemic has put teachers and non-teachers alike in unique education positions. These lists of curated resources are for all of us – teachers who are new to the online environment and non-teachers who now need to home school their children – to facilitate meaningful learning opportunities no matter the modality or the audience.
Supporting Faculty Is What We Do.
The Ashford University Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) believes that taking care of faculty directly impacts the care they in turn give to our students. Accordingly, the CETL proactively anticipates and efficiently responds to our faculty’s needs. From supplying classroom support, professional development opportunities, engagement activities, and clear communication to managing teaching schedules, payroll, and faculty data, our work ensures that faculty can be their best where it counts the most – in the classroom.
Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
April 3 | 9 am PT
College of Arts and Sciences - April Colloquium
April 28 | 4 pm PT
Classroom Mastery Series, Part Three
Instructor Presence Series
This 6-module series empowers faculty with tools to inspire, encourage engagement, and increase success and fulfillment for students. Each module takes approximately 40 minutes to complete, with the exception of Module 6, which will take approximately 20 minutes.
Engaging Associate Faculty
Series dedicated to engaging associate faculty in the online environment.
A three-day online conference featuring presentations by faculty, staff and students.
Canvas classroom resources
A series of short walk-through videos on various aspects of facilitating a course in Canvas.
Frequently asked questions with links to job aids, video walk-throughs and commonly used forms.
Connect with Us.
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