Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning

Elliott Hall, Room 200A
275 Varner Drive
Rochester, Michigan 48309-4485
(location map)
(248) 370-2751
cetl@oakland.edu

Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning

Elliott Hall, Room 200A
275 Varner Drive
Rochester, Michigan 48309-4485
(location map)
(248) 370-2751
cetl@oakland.edu

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Learning Communities

Learning Communities are faculty-driven small groups that spend an academic year exploring a topic related to teaching and student success in higher education. Every winter faculty have an opportunity to submit an application to start an LC, and awarded LCs have $1,500 available for resources. More about Learning Communities and proposals.

Join a 2020-2021 Learning Community

Faculty, staff, and graduate students are invited to join a Learning Community. Activity will commence in Fall 2020 and continue throughout the academic year. 

Adventure, Adapt and Achieve – The Triple A’s of Teaching
Facilitator:  Gregory Allar and Christina Moore

Join the Adventure, Adapt, Achieve Learning Community
This learning community will identify multiple online learning strategies and tools that could be used in teaching hybrid or fully online courses to increase student engagement and foster critical thinking skills.
Learning Community for Integration of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences in Health Profession Education
Facilitator:  Misa Mi

Join the Integrating AHSS Learning Community

This Learning Community focuses will engage in collaborative discovery and learn about how AHSS can impact undergraduate and graduate students in the formative years of their academic career.

Open to: Faculty/Staff/Grad Students

Belonging on Campus: Storytelling, Listening, and Pedagogy

Facilitator: Adina Schneeweis

Join the Storytelling Diversity Learning Community

Engage in collaborative discovery of belonging, diversity, and inclusion related to classroom issues. Identify challenges and opportunities when teaching students with a range of life experiences. Engage in an interdisciplinary project on listening on campus to promote cross-cultural competence and inclusion. Create, collect, and publish storytelling to promote further understanding of diversity on campus.

Open to: Faculty/Staff/Grad Students

Past Learning Communities