The purpose of the CTE mentoring program is to provide faculty with the opportunity for individual consultation with a recognized expert to enhance their teaching and use of technology in the classroom. The consultants are selected from UNK faculty on the basis of their recognized excellence in teaching and their commitment to the use of technology to enhance instruction. Criteria for selection of mentors include formal recognition (awards, publications, or presentations) and/or recommendations of chairs, faculty, and students.
Mentoring on teaching includes:
Mentoring on Innovation includes:
Distinguished Lecture Series
During each semester, the Center will sponsor a lecture by an invited speaker who is recognized as an expert in their field.
Workshops may be conducted by UNK faculty or invited speakers and will cover a wide range of topics. These hands-on presentations include useful handouts, learning strategies, and active participation of the audience. Topics might include the use of technology in teaching, developing active learning strategies, developing assessment tools, or designing your portfolio.
Seminars are facilitated by one individual or a panel of faculty members. The seminar may include paper presentations, demonstrations, or strategies for faculty development including such topics as faculty mentoring, use of small groups, team teaching, or cooperative learning.