BYU’s Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) provides a variety of services to support teaching and enhance student learning.
The Center for Teaching & Learning at Brigham Young Universitywas announced on May 18, 2007 by Academic Vice President John Tanner. The Center was formed by combining staff from the former Center for Instructional Design and from the Faculty Center.
BYU’s Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) provides a variety of services to support teaching and enhance student learning:
- consultations with experienced teaching consultants,
- assistance with assessment and evaluation,
- production of multi-media and on-line tools to support learning,
- and more!
BYU faculty and instructors are invited to collaborate with CTL professionals to enhance their own effectiveness and their students’ learning.
The mission of Brigham Young University’s Center for Teaching & Learning is to improve student learning in the context of the Aims of a BYU Education. The center accomplishes this goal by assisting BYU faculty, instructors, and administrators to—
- Refine effective program- and course-level learning outcomes,
- Design learning experiences to achieve desired outcomes,
- Enhance the quality of learning experiences through technology integration,
- Evaluate the effectiveness of learning experiences,
- and Advance knowledge of effective learning and teaching.