Center for Teaching & Learning
The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) serves the Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College faculty and staff in the creation of vibrant learning environments.
Located in Carlton Rm. 202, CTL offers a variety of faculty development opportunities including workshops, seminars, and colloquia that seek to advance the College’s teaching and learning goals.
For 2014, CTL is assisting faculty members in the development of their craft through the Center’s “Engaged Faculty Colloquium.” Designed to foster faculty excellence and the advancement of student achievement, this year’s Colloquium Series provides a scholarly forum to consider pedagogical methodology, original research, institutional effectiveness, and professional development. Pictured above are the 2014 Engaged Faculty Certificate recipients, a recognition from the Center of those faculty that engage in a majority of the year long program – (left: Dr. Justin Ng, Franzelle Mathis-Pertilla, Dr. James Galt-Brown, and Philip Hightower.
We are very proud of the many services and tools that we support, most of which have emerged from the creative ideas of ABAC faculty and staff.
For more information, see the links below or contact:
Dr. Hans E. Schmeisser, Director of the Center and Faculty Development Coordinator