News & Announcements

Ottilie Schillig Special Teaching Project Awards

Wed, 05/27/2020

Over $23,000 awarded in teaching grants! Funds were awarded for technology, lab materials, classroom resources (online and face-to-face), and more to MSU faculty to promote innovative and effective teaching.

Instructional Focus Series

Fri, 04/24/2020

Due to the current pandemic, the CTL has been delivering professional development for instructors online. We have offerered multiple webinars in which we interview instructors and ask them to share how they have adapted moving their traditional face-to-face classes online.

Coronavirus: Academic Continuity for Faculty

Fri, 03/13/2020

With all courses moving online, the CTL is working with ITS to provide support for faculty. Please know we are available to assist you as you move content online.

Instructors with Online Teaching Experience

Fri, 03/13/2020

The following instructors have agreed to be listed as a resource to teachers during the move to online instruction. Also feel free to contact us at the Center for Teaching and Learning at if we can be of assistance.

Strategies for Larger Classroom Lectures - Panel Discussion

Wed, 02/19/2020

On Wednesday February 19th, the CTL hosted a luncheon that included a great panel discussion on Strategies for Large Lecture Classes. If you were not able to attend, the video is linked below.

The Teaching Gameshow 2020

Wed, 02/12/2020

On Wednesday February 12th the Center for Teaching & Learning hosted the annual Teaching Gameshow Luncheon.  Faculty were invited to participate in the friendly yet competitive game that tested their knowledge of MSU academic policies, information from Dr.

CTL 101 - Best Practices in Online Instruction Name Change

Tue, 02/04/2020

Our in-house professional development course: CTL 101: Best Practices in Online Instruction has a new name.  Known now as Online Teaching 101, completion of this course leads to the online teaching credential needed to teach online.

Helping Students Regulate Their Learning, Presented by Dr. Daniel Willingham

Thu, 10/24/2019

If you were unable to attend our Fall Speaker Series that featured Dr. Daniel Willingham, his presentation is available for viewing here: Helping Students Regulate Their Learning