Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence (CTLE)
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Palm Beach State College’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic necessitated quickly
transitioning all face-to-face courses to remote delivery.
Explore Remote Instruction guides, and Synchronous Instruction tools.
The Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence (CTLE) is a faculty-led, physical and virtual initiative supporting collaboration in discovering, sharing, and creating innovative practice to advance all students' success while empowering faculty to achieve their teaching goals.
The PBSC Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence (CTLE) envisions an excited, engaged faculty community where all faculty members can reach their full potential. The CTLE will be a hub of inspiration, innovation, scholarly activity, and lifelong learning, resulting in success for all students.
- The organizational structure of the CTLE will reflect an institutional commitment to educational development, teaching, and student learning.
- Resources will be allocated to promote and ensure CTLE promotion and effectiveness.
- The CTLE will develop evidence-based, mission-aligned programming, based upon instructor, student, campus, and college needs.
The Pillars of Instructional Excellence (P.I.E.) are outcomes for all PBSC faculty. Their purpose is to guide faculty development. Faculty can find resources for each pillar below.
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