Contact Us

Contact Us

August 29th, 2013 by Eric

Lamson Learning Commons – Rm. 113

Fall 2014 Office Hours:

Monday: 9AM – 4PM

Wednesday: 1PM – 3PM

Thursday: 5PM – 8PM

Friday: 9AM—3PM

And anytime by appointment

Phone
603-535-2368
Have a question?
Contact Form
Email
psu-cetl@plymouth.edu
Mailing Address
17 High Street
MSC #47B
Plymouth, NH 03264

Teaching Services

Cross-Discipline Teaching Groups

Many concerns we have about teaching and learning cross disciplinary lines. Engaging in focused conversation with colleagues across the university can help us understand problems and find solutions. Like Reflective Practice, these groups meet regularly to deepen and develop our own learning as we strive to be better teachers. For more information about a particular group, contact the coordinator below or CETL directly.
Ipad users Group
Course redesign group
Contemplative Pedagogy group

Open Topic Group
This group meets once a month on Fridays at 1:30. You are welcome to bring any topic of interest to the group for reflection. Contact Wendy Palmquist (palm@plymouth.edu) for more information.
Don’t see your group on here? Would you like help finding a group? Feel free to contact us with information or questions!
psu-cetl@plymouth.edu

iPad Users Group
Come to the next meeting to hear how iPads are used inside and outside the classroom. Get connected with people who have solved problems with their tablet, and share your success stories and favorite apps. This is a fun group! Check out the CETL workshop calendar for meeting details!
Click here to check out the spreadsheet we started to connect you with people who can help you and also need your help. Feel free to edit the document! This will help identify topics for future meetings.

60 Educational Apps for you to explore:
http://prezi.com/swceiv2g3bbt/60-educational-apps-in-60-minutes/
Click here for a supporting document for the 60 Educational Apps in 60 Minutes above.

Mentoring/Peer Support

Contact us for more information.

Teaching Observation

Peer Observations Form
You may download and email it to us, or just drop by our office to get a copy and register!

Reflective Practice Groups

offer educators the opportunity to actively engage in critical thought regarding their own experiences and teaching practice in an effort to create a continual opportunity to learn and grow pedagogy through contemplation.
Instructors, often from several different disciplines, meet regularly to reflect upon teaching issues. Some groups use established, formal protocols while others have a more open format to facilitate conversation and reflection. Many groups meet at the same set time each semester so that community is built and the power of reflection deepened over time. For more information about Reflective Practice in general see here and here.

For more information about a particular group, contact the coordinator below orCETL directly.

Reflective Practice Groups Fall 2014

Project Share/Discussion Group for instructors of Directions courses

Join Past & Present Direction teachers in sharing projects and visions over casual conversation.

Coming Soon:

Reflective Practice for First Year Seminar instructors

 

Reflective Practice Groups Fall 2013

Contemplative Pedagogy Reflective Practice Group
Contemplative Pedagogy’s Reflective Practice group meets the second Tuesday of every month in Frost lounge from 2:30-3:30.Year dates: Nov 12 (location tbd), Dec 10, Feb 11, March 11, April 15, May 13.
This group offers a blog, reading group, and Meditation Mondays. Contact Karolyn Kinane (kkinane@plymouth.edu) for more information
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Online Teaching Reflective Practice Group (Face-to-Face Meeting)
This group meets twice a month to discussion education in the online classroom. Meetings will be held on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday at 10:30 starting February 5.  (tlessard@plymouth.edu).
Online Teaching Reflective Practice Group (Synchronous/Virtual Meeting)
This group meets online once a month to discuss education in the online classroom. Meetings take place on the 2nd Wednesday of each month from 9:30-10:30 via Google Hangouts. For more information, contact Stacey Curdie-Meade  (scurdie@plymouth.edu).