New Educator Programs
CETL offers programs to meet the unique needs of new educators and educators new to UW-Eau Claire...
- New Instructional Staff Orientation
- Videos Helpful to the Orientation of New Instructional Staff
- CETL Certificate Program
- New Educator Socials
- Weekly "Technology Tips" email from Learning & Technology Services (LTS) - sign up
New Instructional Staff Orientation
All new educators are introduced to a variety of programs and services available at UW-Eau Claire, along with teaching strategies and helpful technology tips.
Top Tech Tips for 2013 (ppt)
Videos Helpful to the Orientation of New Instructional Staff
- Assistant Dean of Students, Jacqueline Bonneville
- Center for Writing Excellence, Dr. Alan Benson
- College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Dr. Linda Young
- Counseling Services, Lynn Wilson
- Learning and Technology Services, Craig Mey
- McIntyre Library, Dr. John Pollitz
- News Bureau, Julie Poquette
- Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, Dr. Karen Havholm
- Services for Students with Disabilities, Alice Bayerl
- University Assessment, Dr. Jennifer Fager
- University Bookstore, Joe Picconatto
- University Honors Program, Dr. Jeff Vahlbusch and Dr. Ivy Bohnlein
CETL Certificate Program
Each year CETL invites all educators who have been on campus three years or less to join the CETL Certificate Program. The Certificate Program has four goals:
• Assist educators with meeting new people on campus;
• Discuss and expand knowledge of teaching, learning, and instructional technology;
• Introduce educators to some of the master teachers on campus; and,
• Create a comfortable group in which to share positive experiences as well as challenges that come up in the classroom.
CETL Certificate Program requirements:
- Attend 5 of the 6, 90-minute meetings;
- Use at least one of the ideas from the meetings in your teaching;
- Share the results with the group during the concluding luncheon; and
- Partner with another participant to observe one class and to be observed, then share observations with each other.
Stipend: $300 in CETL dollars for participants who complete the CETL Certificate Program requirements.