Overview of Services

How can we assist you? The Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning (CETL) is available to support faculty through individual consultations, small groups, formal workshops, and professional development sessions regarding topics such as: We have outlined the most popular services, but if you have other needs, please reach us for any support that is […]

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Professional Services, Scholarship, and Research The Center also supports faculty growth at all career stages.  Additional collaborations and services include: Please visit the CETL offices on the third floor of the McNichols Campus Library or contact us via email at  cetl@udmercy.edu or phone at 313-578-0580. We are happy to help you set up an appointment, hear your […]

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Course Review & Consultations

Faculty can schedule a one-on-one consultation with a CETL staff member for a brief or expanded course review. Let us help you develop your own best pedagogical practices based on the scholarship of teaching and learning. Faculty may request a certification letter of Excellence in Course Design after a positive expanded course review. Standard Course Review: In a […]

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Course Observations

Faculty-Guided Course Observation and Consultation Process The faculty-guided course observation process is a service offered by the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at Detroit Mercy which provides confidential feedback to faculty about their teaching. The course review process provides space for faculty to reflect upon their pedagogical practice through objective, confidential feedback. The CETL’s observation and consultation process is specifically designed […]

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Syllabus Re:Design

The process is intended to grant faculty time to reflect and review their course syllabi to set a supportive tone and prime a growth mindset for their course(s). The syllabus is the introduction and guide to the course and the instructor for the students. This is not about homogenizing the syllabi; it is about drawing […]

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