• Center for Teaching and Learning 

  • Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL)

    Hamline University established the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) to promote and support a campus culture of effective, engaging, and innovative teaching practices that cultivate significant student learning.

    During the academic year, the CTL offers faculty development sessions during the first and third Thursday convocation hour of each month. The CTL hosts Faculty Development Day conferences for Hamline faculty and instructional staff in August, January, and May.

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    2015–2016 Common Read

    The CTL coordinates the selection and faculty resources to support the Common Read Program.

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    Syllabus Resources

    Check out the CTL's syllabus resources for best practices of syllabus construction and ideas for more advanced design.

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    Faculty Development Days

    Explore the agenda for Fall Faculty Development Day as well as archived resources and materials.

  • CTL & Faculty News

    Professor Sharon K. Sandeen has been invited to discuss her new book, "Trade Secrecy and International Transactions," at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law on September 16, 2015.

     

    The Hedgeman Center is saddened to announce that Bao Lee Thao, associate director, will be leaving Hamline University to pursue a career in diversity initiatives with Allina Health. Members of the university community are invited to a farewell reception for Bao on Friday, September 11 at 1 p.m. on the third floor of the Anderson Center.

    The Alumni Relations Office will host the third annual Marketplace during Alumni Weekend. Students, faculty, staff, and alumni looking to share and sell their work with the Hamline community are invited to showcase their art on Saturday, October 3 from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. in Anderson Center Forum.