Find information about ISU’s annual conference on teaching and learning. Every January, CTLT invites a nationally-recognized keynote speaker and organizes breakout sessions presented by ISU faculty and teaching assistants.
Join your first-year peers in Professional Development Circles that are designed to reduce your stress and increase your success. Circles are led by a facilitator, who will guide group discussion, arrange contacts with key individuals and provide information about campus resources and opportunities.
Get together with like-minded teachers in Learning Communities. The Learning Community is a form of reciprocal, peer mentoring and typically involves four to six instructors from various levels (TAs through full professors) and disciplines working together on their teaching.
Got an innovative approach to helping students learn in your course? Apply to be a CTLT Faculty Fellow. Colleagues selected for this program will facilitate a half- or full-day workshop during our Summer Institute. Stipends are available.
Welcome to ISU! Starting a new job is challenging to everyone, but we'll make it easier. Attend New Faculty Orientation and get essential information including benefits, campus technology and college missions and regulations. New Faculty Orientation is also a great place to meet other new faculty, veteran faculty and administrators.
CTLT offers unstructured coaching sessions to support you as you prepare for the upcoming semester. Faculty Prep Week is scheduled for the week before classes begin for the spring and fall semesters. Sessions include coaching in first day strategies, syllabus construction, ReggieNet, Clickers, Large classroom strategies and more.