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Center for Engaged Learning & Teaching

CELT is committed to fulfill its mission:

Through collaboration with other university entities and serving as a nexus of information, CELT provides services and programs for faculty to encourage engagement in the Tulane community through exploration of pedagogy, participation in interdisciplinary dialogues, and formation of support networks. In addition, CELT assists faculty in providing students with opportunities to participate in engaged learning experiences that complement their career and academic goals.

Sep. 25 Faculty Newsletter

Check out our latest Faculty Newsletter to hear about the changes to CELT, funding opportunities, and upcoming events.

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2016 Recipient of the CELT Summer Faculty Mentored Undergraduate Research Award
Student & Faculty Programs

CELT is dedicated to bringing students and faculty together through various collaborative programs.

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2017 Teaching Award recipients at graduation
Faculty Experts on Twitter

Want to know what Tulane's faculty is up to? Check out they're up to on Twitter.

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Group of CELT funded faculty attending the 2017 Teaching Professor Conference
Faculty Resources

CELT provides guides and a list of faculty resources. 

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"Since  CELT came into existence, there has been a much stronger sense among students and faculty that teaching matters at Tulane."

"CELT Provided confidence to try new techniques from information provided and having better expectations from hearing  'war stories' from other faculty.  Books, both via book club and lending library, were also very helpful in gaining ideas to be a stronger teacher and stepping back to take in a wider prospective from a  pool of experts."

"CELT is one of many factors that has helped me adjust my teaching toward a more active, participatory format. This includes think-pair-share and other activities to get students more involved."

"CELT provided more ideas for hands-on activities for students, which keeps them more engaged in classroom learning."

"I rely less on lectures and have made my classes much more 'student-centered' (a term I learned from CELT).  This has made it more fun to teach and I also feel that it has helped me at least partially address the problem of teaching students with different backgrounds and different levels of interest in the subject."

"Receiving funding enabled me to have guest speakers and other activities that I could incorporate into my syllabus  and thereby expand the students' experiences as well as elaborate further on certain subjects."