Center for Teaching Effectiveness
Message from the Directors
As Director (Jaya Goswami) and Assistant Director (Brenda Melendy) of the Center for Teaching Effectiveness (CTE), it is our privilege to offer support to faculty with a variety of programs and resources: the New Faculty Investment Program (NFIP); the Wednesday Noon Seminar Series; workshops on issues pertinent to effective teaching and learning; certificates of professional development in teaching and distance education; instructional coaching; a transculturation program; a library of books and resources; travel awards for presentation of research on the scholarship of teaching and learning; and awards for outstanding teaching. We welcome suggestions and comments on how the CTE can better serve the faculty at TAMU-K.
With best wishes,
Welcome to the Center for Teaching Effectiveness. The Center was established by the Faculty Senate in 2001 as a resource for faculty through workshops, brown-bag seminars, and discussions. In addition to these activities, the Center today provides faculty with professional development opportunities and instructional coaching for those who wish to enhance the quality of their teaching. The Center also offers travel awards to faculty presenting research on the scholarship on teaching and learning and recognizes faculty for outstanding teaching.
This page was last updated on: August 22, 2016