Upcoming Events


New Faculty Orientation
Wednesday, August 17
Thursday, August 18

Thursday, September 8
In the Classroom Discussion
Teaching and Connecting in the Year of Food
4:00pm-5:15 pm
Glatfelter Lodge
Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Global Issues and the Johnson Center for Creative Teaching and Learning



News & Notes

Course Workload Estimator

Wondering how much reading to assign? Check out the Course Workload Estimator. Thanks to Darren Glass (Mathematics) for posting a link to this in the JCCTL Facebook group.

JCCTL Facebook Page:

If you would like to be added to the JCCTL Facebook group, please email Julie Hendon.

2016-2017 is the Year of Food

The JCCTL is collaborating with the Center for the Study of Global Issues to support the first college-wide theme in the Gettysburg Cycle. The Gettysburg Cycle will consist of a repeating series of themes in which, in each of the four years constituting a cycle, the college community engages a policy issue of local, national, and global import. To learn more about this exciting initiative, visit the Year of Food website or email Caroline Hartzell. Here is a list of events that have been scheduled for the Year of Food.

Faculty honored:

At Spring Honors Day on Saturday, May 14th, one faculty member was honored for being a creative, dedicated, and engaged teacher:

Yeon-Su Kim (Associate Professor, Sunderman Conservatory of Music), recipient of the Luther W. and Bernice L. Thompson Distinguished Teaching Award.  This award is given to a recently tenured faculty member. Dr. Kim will give the Fall Honors Day Address on Friday, October 28th.

Teaching Tip

New Resources

Visit our Teaching Resources page to view the most recent resources and links.  New to the page are links and documents for UDL and helpful tips for teaching international students.

JCCTL Library

New to the JCCTL Library

The JCCTL library is a collection of books aimed at pedagogy and teaching techniques.  Here are the latest additions available for check-out.  Feel free to offer suggestions of books to add to the collection.