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.  

"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.


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 on a first come first serve basis!

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 September 28 - October 9, 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.

Spring Workshop:

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