CETL offers a range of services to faculty at Seattle University, including (but not limited to) the following:
Consultations: confidential, one-on-one brainstorming sessions with a CETL consultant on innovativeideas for instructional strategies and course design.
Workshops: a space for collaborative, cross-disciplinary discussions on teaching and learning best practices.
Peer Consulting: connecting you with an experienced faculty consultant who can provide collaborative feedback and support.
Classroom Observations: formative and customized feedback about teaching and learning practices in the classroom.
Small Group Instructional Diagnoses: (SGIDs) small group discussions with students to provide feedback on teaching and learning practices.
Collaborative Discussions: CETL consultants can facilitate collaborative discussions on teaching and learning in small groups, departments, or across disciplines.
Course Evaluation Analysis: a CETL consultant can help you decode student comments and ratings.
Research Requests: our office can help provide resources on teaching and learning questions.