The Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence promotes excellence in teaching and learning through professional learning opportunities. We aim to support and learn alongside faculty by offering quality educational programs and inclusive spaces for all to listen, share, teach, and build community. Our practices are grounded in Critical Race Theory, Antiracist Education, and Culturally Responsive Pedagogy. The CTLE focuses on increasing student academic belonging, promoting equitable assessment, and developing an inclusive curriculum to achieve student success.
On the horizon
See all professional learning opportunities.
These are your spaces to use:
- Sylvania – College Center 220
- Cascade – Cascade Hall 102
- Rock Creek – Building 7 117
- Southeast – Mt Tabor 109
How can we help?
Email email@example.com to meet with a CTLE Coordinator:
Anne Grey, Ed.D., CTLE District Coordinator
Samm Erickson, CTLE Coordinator
Jenny Sasser, CTLE Coordinator
Or, explore our partners at the college.
CTLE by the numbers
CTLE engages with the PCC community in multiple ways and events. The participation data for 2022-23 are as follows:
- Anderson conference: 400 participants
- Teaching Week: 337
- New faculty orientation: 47
- Faculty Learning Communities: 105
- Train the trainer FLC training: 21
- CTLE and Partner events: 269
A curated list of most essentials links for faculty that cover general information, instructional information, curriculum initiatives, and faculty and student support resources.
Resources that will empower instructional practices and focus on achieving equitable student success.
Professional learning opportunities
View past and current learning opportunities that were provided by CTLE to promote teaching excellence.