2016-2017 Community-Based Learning Faculty Fellowship
The JCCTL is partnering with the Center for Public Service and the Provost’s Office to co-sponsor the 2016-2017 Community-Based Learning Faculty Fellowship. With the aim of expanding, deepening, and institutionalizing Community-Based Learning at Gettysburg College, this Fellowship provides resources and support for faculty to design a new course or modify an existing one to include a Community-Based Learning component. The Fellowship is a year-long commitment that includes a $750 stipend.
More information and the application are on the CPS website. Or contact Kim Davidson or Amy Dailey.
Deadline: May 1, 2016.
Faculty writing group:
Chloe Ruff (Education), Brent Harger (Sociology), and Sahana Mukherjee (Psychology) have formed a social science based writing group that meets on Wednesdays from 8:30am-9:45am at the Ragged Edge Coffeehouse (110 Chambersburg St). Anyone interested in joining the group should contact them or just show up on Wednesday. No need to be a social scientist to participate.
At Fall Honors Day on Friday, October 23rd, three faculty were honored for being creative, dedicated, and engaged teachers:
Radost Rangelova (Associate Professor of Spanish), recipient of the Thompson Distinguished Teaching Award awarded to a recently tenured faculty member, gave the Honors Day Address: "Meaningful Accomplishments, Meaningful Acts."
Sharon Stephenson (Sahm Professor of Physics) received the Johnson Center for Creative Teaching and Learning Excellence in Teaching Award in recognition of her excellence in teaching inside and outside the classroom.
William Bowman (Professor of History) was awarded the Dr. Ralph Cavaliere Endowed Teaching Award. This award, previously the Student Senate Faculty Appreciation Award, is presented to a faculty member who exhibits excellence in teaching.
Johnson Teaching Grant
Oct. 20; Feb. 20
JCCTL Department/Program Funding
Johnson Creative Teaching Technology Assistance Program
Oct. 15; Jan. 15; Mar. 15
Johnson Creative Teaching Summer Fellowship
Johnson Information Literacy Grant
Nov 22, 2015
Community-Based Learning Faculty Fellowship
May 1, 2016
JCCTL Workshop Follow-Up Grant
September 16, 2016
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.
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.