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CETL Team Publishes New Book on Science of Learning: http://teachpsych.org/ebooks/asle2014/index.php



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Summer 2014 Courses in College Teaching begin May 19.

 

To view Professor Win Watson's Brierley Award talk on college teaching, click here.

Welcome to the UNH Center for Excellence in Teaching and learning


The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning welcomes you. We are pleased to offer a rich collection of resources, information, and expertise to support the university's mission of enhancing student learning through the continual improvement of teaching. To view our mission statement click here.

Every semester we offer faculty the opportunity to receive feedback from students about their teaching during the course of the semester. If you teach at UNH and want to learn about our Mid-Course Assessment program (MAP), click here.

You can visit us at 11 Brook Way on campus. To schedule a visit to the Center, call 862-0233.

The Center collaborates with the UNH Graduate School in offering our doctoral students a unique Cognate in College Teaching. The Cognate program features courses in various aspects of college teaching and learning as well as a college teaching praxis which culminates in a teaching portfolio. For more information click here.

Recommended reading:
"Talking With Faculty About Cognitive Science and Learning" by John Girash of Harvard University. Click here.
"Using Graphic Organizers to Improve Teaching and Learning" by Kenneth Kiewra of The University of Nebraska. Click here.
"Does Active Learning Work? A Review of the Research" by Michael Prince of Bucknell University. Click here.