Center for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment
The CTLA’s primary focus is to ensure that faculty and staff responsible for creating effective learning environments for our students, wherever they are, have access to aggregate data that can inform Advisory Group discussions and decisions about the types of professional development and resources needed to enhance student learning.
The CTLA Advisory Group is charged to develop and maintain a CTLA website and to post there a robust schedule of professional development opportunities, in a variety of formats, available to faculty and staff wherever they are. The website will also function as a repository of resources that ground and promote a shared culture of teaching and learning at EOU. The nature and scope of work responds to closing the loop on direct and indirect assessments of student learning for two explicit purposes: 1) to advance quality higher education evidenced by student achievement of university learning outcomes valued by the professoriate of EOU, and 2) to deliver high-impact practices that add value to all students’ learning experiences.
CTLA Advisory Group Membership
|Angie Adams||James Long|
|Liz Becker||Tawnya Lubbes|
|Gary Brown, Senior Fellew AAC&U/EOU Consultant||Rosemary Powers|
|Anna Cavinato||Sarah Ralston|
|Colleen Dunn-Cascio||Sarah Witte|
|Donna Evans||Laurie Yates|