Spring 2015 Event Schedule

The Johnson Center for Creative Teaching and Learning supports the teaching activities of Gettysburg College faculty by coordinating speakers, programs, and workshops related to teaching.  

 

Spring Workshop:

This annual workshop is a one day event held on campus that allows for a more concentrated look at specific pedagogical issues. Read more about the May 13, 2015 workshop.

                                                                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                            

"In The Classroom" Discussions:

The "In The Classroom" Discussions have become a favorite among faculty.  These informal meetings give faculty the opportunity to learn creative approaches to teaching, share challenges, and network with colleagues from other disciplines.

Luncheons:

JCCTL Luncheons provide a forum for presentations from faculty and administrators on topics related to teaching enhancement.  Questions and comments are encouraged.  Lunch is provided!
Register Here.


The Faculty Exchange Program:

Come to Class! We are very excited to offer a program that allows faculty to see their colleagues at work in the classroom - an opportunity to discover new ideas. Faculty can sign up to visit a class during the weeks of February 9 - February 20, 2015.

Pedagogical Discussion Groups:

The Pedagogical Discussion Groups signal pertinent articles to read and discuss.  In the News gives faculty the opportunity to delve deeper into conversation of current pedagogical issues.

Adjunct Orientation Brown Bag Lunch:

In response to suggestions by our adjunct faculty, we have scheduled three brown bag lunches for adjunct faculty to meet with Elizabeth Richardson Viti, Director of JCCTL to answer questions that may come up.

Spring Workshop:

This annual workshop is a one day event held on campus that allows for a more concentrated look at specific pedagogical issues.