The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at Parkland College is an ongoing learning system that facilitates and enhances quality teaching, student learning, and excellence in the workplace. It empowers Parkland professionals to address challenges while fostering the scholarship of teaching and student service.

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Assessing Our Courses, Programs, and College

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Educating our Parkland Students in the 21st Century, Julie Weishar, Midge Siem, Patti Verstrat, and Sarah Grison

Supporting Students with Diverse Needs

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One More Student: Session 1: What Tools Can Help Teachers Be Successful in Keeping Students, Charles Larenas, Dan Ryan, and Sarah Grison

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One More Student: Session 2: Is There Such a Thing as Intrusive Teaching?, Charles Larenas, Dan Ryan, and Sarah Grison

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One More Student: Session 3: Is There Such Thing as an Exciting Lecture?, Charles Larenas, Dan Ryan, and Sarah Grison

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One More Student: Session 4: How Can we Get Students to Come Back?, Charles Larenas, Dan Ryan, and Sarah Grison

Improving Our Health and Wellness

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Growth Mindset As an Approach for Improving Our Lives and Our Students' Lives (August 2017), Sarah Grison and Marsh Jones

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Growth Mindset: What Is It and Why Does it Matter so Much? (March 2017), Sarah Grison and Marsh Jones

Best Pedagogical Practices

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Brain-Based Learning (v 1.0), Sarah Grison

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Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning: Putting the Results of Psychological Research to Work in our Classrooms, Sarah Grison