Center for Teaching Effectiveness
Message from the Directors
As Director (Jaya Goswami) and Assistant Director (Brenda Melendy) of the Center for Teaching Effectiveness (CTE) effective January, 2012, it is our privilege to offer support to new and existing faculty with a variety of programs and resources: the New Faculty Investment Program (NFIP); the Monday Noon Seminar Series; a bi-annual conference on the scholarship of teaching and learning; workshops on issues pertinent to effective teaching and learning; a library of books and resources; a transculturation program; and instructional coaching.
We welcome suggestions and comments on how the Center can better serve the faculty at TAMUK. Feel free to contact us via email or by phone.
With best wishes for your success,
Jaya Goswami and Brenda Melendy
Welcome to the Center for Teaching Effectiveness. The Center was established by the Faculty Senate in 2001 to be a resource for classroom teachers through workshops, brown-bag seminars, and discussion. In addition to these activities, the Center provides orientation and professional development support to new faculty. Further, those who wish to enhance the quality of their teaching may make use of the instructional coaching services offered by the center.
This page was last updated on: January 28, 2015